Brian Batko's Pitt football chat: 8.8.17
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Brian Batko
11:25
I think there's an inherent challenges to being Pitt as opposed to being Alabama, Ohio State and, yes, even Penn State. Sustained success will help any program on the recruiting front, and that's what Pitt needs - not just a couple nice feathers in the cap on a year-to-year basis.
Jim
11:26
Do you feel, no matter the runner, that with Pitt's OL, it should be a strength?
Brian Batko
11:26
I do, and not just the OL, but with guys like Jester Weah and Quadree Henderson stretching the field, that should help too. Of course, quarterback play will be a factor as well.
Craig
11:27
Max Brown's highlight tapes are not impressive.  There were comments about his accuracy and they were positive coming out of camp. His accuracy was my main concern after watching his film. Have you seen any of the throws he's been making throughout camp and what are your initial thoughts?
Brian Batko
11:27
Pope
11:27
Do you think narduzzi is on the hot seat with the latest round of player discipline problems?  Not good for year 3.
Brian Batko
11:27
No
Mike
11:28
Can we stick to questions about the actual football team here
Brian Batko
11:28
I aim to please
Andrew H.
11:28
I'll break the mold and ask a Kicker Question. Kessman...should we expect a drop off from last year? Are we in good hands?
Brian Batko
11:29
There almost has to be a dropoff when you go from four-year starter Chris Blewitt to a redshirt freshman who hasn't had a meaningful college kick yet.
Josh
11:29
I think Pope is a Nitter
Brian Batko
11:30
Aaaaand I think that'll do it for today. Like last week, sorry if I didn't have time for all your questions. Well actually, I know I didn't. Let's plan to do this again a week from now. See you next Tuesday.
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