Monthly Archives: December 2010

Confidence

Having struggled to go 2-3 in our last 5 games, its apparent our confidence has been shaken. Like everyone else out there, we know we aren’t playing well. Our guys are rattled and you can see it through the inconsistency … Continue reading

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Changes Needed

It sounds crazy but let’s be honest, a win on Thursday night vs. Belmont saved our season and Christmas. OK, maybe I am just talking about saving my family’s Christmas because if we would have lost I would have been … Continue reading

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Dealing With Adversity

It seems as though nothing has gone well the last 10 days. I guess I shouldn’t say nothing has gone well because our defense vs. Charlotte and USC was pretty good and we have made some good plays but when … Continue reading

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Gut Check

This is the worst I felt after a regular season loss EVER. I feel like I just got punched in the gut. In a matter of a week we went from the Penthouse to the Outhouse. The feelings of anger, … Continue reading

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Lost Energy

I don’t even know where to start. I’m still in shock from our performance. I’m not a big scary movie guy and last night was like watching the horror film of our Indianapolis game all over again. As a team … Continue reading

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WinnErs

Not tough enough to win on the road. They won’t be ready because they’ve had 10 days off since their last game. They’ll be distracted by Jeronne Maymon not begin cleared to play. Many of you tweeted me (@MarkPancratz) about … Continue reading

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Buckle Up

As Harry Caray used to say, HOLY COW…Coach Jamie Dixon’s program may be the most underrated program in the country. Did you know that Pitt has started 10-0 seven of the last eight seasons? Or how about this one—over the … Continue reading

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