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What do you think about this Chryst issue?
Yes - He'll be at PITT for Spring Practices!
No - he's won't be at PITT for spring practices!
I say .... "Yes"
I said yes right after he made his announcement.
My guy says Yes, but nothing would surprise me.
I just think that Alvarez has too much integrity to come after Chryst when he called Dellovade and Nordy to get PC the job.
He'll be there. I've said it all along and I don't think he ever realisticly considered leaving nor do I think he was realisticly considered by Alvarez.
My take on Chryst's announcement and some of its perceived vagueness: His agent wrote the announcement. What he told the recruits/players were his own thoughts. This is a dead issue IMO.
In Chryst we Trust!!! The man is staying and will turn this program in the right direction. I believe we have found our man. Now bring on Ole Miss!!
All bets are off the table. Alvarez and Chryst maintain their 'good guy' status.
It would be interesting if we could fire SP and replace him with Barry Alavarez - a Washington PA product.
Makes perfect sense too. Not to mention the huge irony of not hiring Alvarez when we had the chance back in '89
Pitt should fire SP and replace him with me. After all, I'm a Washington, Pa product.
I'd gladly take a pay cut to serve Pitt in that regard.
I say no, he won't be here.
As hard as it is to say to the players he's not going to be here....it has to be even harder to tell your family no, you won't be going home for a promotion and a pay increase. Plus he would be telling his mother no, I won't be home to work in our hometown. If it was me, it would be a no-brainer.
I missed the other thread on Barry not going after him!!
This post was edited by PhPanther1 16 months ago
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