ESPN.com's Brian Bennett has a Top 30 Big East list and he's down to his final two. Pitt will wind up with five players in the list as the top two will be Dion Lewis and Noel Devine. Even better, Pitt has three of the top four in the list with Greg Romeus, Jonathan Baldwin, and Lewis.
Along those lines, Bennett lists his top triplets in the Big East and to no surprise, Pitt is #1 with Lewis, Baldwin, and Tino Sunseri.
Top triplets? Yes, things are officially slow.
Here's an interview with former Pitt player and new Seton Hall coach, Kevin Willard. Judging by the length of some of these answers, it looks like Willard was either not in the mood to talk or standing on a tee box with driver firmly in hand.
And speaking of Seton Hall, Willard says in another article that Herb Pope is recovering nicely:
“Herb’s doing great, Herb’s doing great,” Willard said Thursday. “Taking classes, working, getting back because he did miss quite a few classes. He’s really working hard to get back academically what he needs to do and get back on track for graduation. Herb’s doing pretty good.”Former Pitt great and current Pope mentor, Charles Smith, also comments briefly via text in the article.
And Bob Smizik of the PG notes that the negotiations to move Pitt games to the new radio station The Fan may hinge on coverage of women's basketball. I can't make this stuff up.