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Discussion in 'Football' started by cyclone4L, Apr 16, 2020.
Prett sure it’s Bi-Glow
We might as well “come a long way” from our defensive backs who can’t seem to get any interceptions, then. Eight picks as a junior, and he didn’t muff a one.
Matter of fact, for those that want to mention the “luck” factor, a couple seemed to bounce right to him.
Corner, nickel or free safety, I’ll take that!
Well this is interesting.....
real “idgaf” energy
@cyclone4L Please update the title -
Noah Biglow Commits! Then De-commits.
Not sure he fully understood what “100% Committed” meant. Perhaps it was really “51% Committed”, but it doesn’t pop as much as the former....
either way, best of luck to him....
At least he isn't 100% committed this time because that would be 200% committed.
This is the stuff that has to drive Matt and his staff nuts.
Any head coach.
But this kid never really was 100% committed obviously..... so it could be a case of addition by subtraction.
Does Pitt even have fans? They sure didn’t in Phoenix in 2000. I guess the plus is you get to use the Steelers facilities. But that kid must have been looking for the complete opposite college experience from what ISU offers.
I guess "100%" is the same as "firmly entrenched".
Pitt won the same number of games last year as we did in the regular season.
That got them to the bowl in Detroit agains Eastern Michigan. It got us to the Camping World Bowl in Orlando against Notre Dame.
I guess it all depends on what you want as a player??
I remember former Pitt Panther Burt Grossman telling the story his campus visit was at night, so you couldn't see what a dump the campus was.
I’m not sure number of fans in attendance is high on most kids’ list. Pitt happens to play in a real city, with big city social life and is a legitimate program. Not to mention, play in NFL facility. Yes, maybe opposite Iowa State but certainly not a ridiculous decision.
Interesting the way that went down.
Tough loss as he was a solid looking recruit, but certainly not irreplaceable.
Are you sure it isn't Bi-Gone?
Pitt's an awesome school in a great city. Haven't really been on campus, but I've been around there and it's really nice. Everyone I know who attended loved it.
2000 is a long time ago. Do they have fans? Yeah. Is their attendance really any better than here at Temple? Not really. They do fine, but they benefit from being in a P5 conference whereas we don't.
Burt Grossman is from Philly, and went to HS near where I grew up. He's also the cousin of Temple great Randy Grossman. He went to Pitt before I was born, and I'm almost 32. Pitt's campus is undoubtedly nicer than then. I've never heard anyone call that campus a dump.
"You don't have to respect my decision"
What the hell does that even mean?
Eat Sh*t Pitt