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Pitt Spring Football: Chemistry key for young Panthers

Updated: Wednesday, April 2 2014, 03:47 PM EDT

PITTSBURGH -- Pitt is halfway through it's 16-practice Spring football schedule, and according to coaches and players, the Panthers might be a halfway completed product.

After losing three potential NFL draft picks to graduation in QB Tom Savage, DT Aaron Donald, and WR Devin Street, head coach Paul Chryst is relying on a core group of underclassmen to take leadership roles, but through eight Spring practices, the team is still working on developing chemistry.

Pitt Spring Football: Chemistry key for young Panthers


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