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Topic - Ray Graham
Three Pitt football players, including starting running back Ray Graham, will play on Saturday against No. 4 Notre Dame despite being charged with simple assault and conspiracy in connection with an incident last month involving three other students.
Pittsburgh running back Ray Graham ran for 94 yards and two scores and added an 18-yard touchdown reception to lead the Panthers to a 35-17 upset of No. 13 Virginia Tech on Saturday.
When Dion Lewis read his stats line at the end of each game, it almost seemed as if he was looking at the numbers for another player.
Fill up the stadium and strike up the band. That's when Notre Dame linebacker Carlo Calabrese plays his best football.
Even with the seemingly surging Hokies (2-1) looming, he told his players things would be fine so long as they stuck to the plan.
"We definitely went out there and made noise today," Graham said. "I think playing an ACC team just gives us a feeling for what we can do when it's time to go in the ACC. This is a good ACC team. It can only get better from here."