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Sloan Seymour - SF - Albany, NY 11 months 1 week ago #259046

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Here's a look at the guys they are chasing. A lot of the names are also on SJU's list. They have a lot of open scholarships, which could suggest they haven't recruited well recently. I don't remember any of their players from the draft, but I may have forgotten some. Competing in the ACC will give them instant credibility with recruits.

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Sloan Seymour - SF - Albany, NY 11 months 1 week ago #259047

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Does anybody know the state of the Pitt program since they left? Are they a threat on the national scene?


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Sloan Seymour - SF - Albany, NY 11 months 1 week ago #259053

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Switching over to the ACC is a slow ticket to irrelevancy. See BC, VaTech, and now Pitt. They coulda' been atop the BE for years. Same is happening to ExCuse.

Does anybody know the state of the Pitt program since they left? Are they a threat on the national scene?


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