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Topic - Tino Sunseri
Struggling Pittsburgh is done experimenting at quarterback.
Skip Holtz isn't big on history, abbreviated as it may be at South Florida.
New Pittsburgh coach Todd Graham hasn't coached a down with the Panthers yet, but he's already put his stamp on the program.
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.
Beating Notre Dame for a third consecutive season might be a lot easier for Pittsburgh if it had the Dion Lewis and Jon Baldwin of last season.
Mark Ingram of Alabama won the Heisman Trophy a year ago, but he's not the leading returning rusher in the nation. Pittsburgh's Dion Lewis is.
Pitt officially starts preseason practice Saturday in the most anticipated of Dave Wannstedt's six seasons as coach, even if it might seem to his players as if they have been preparing since the day last season ended.
"We missed a field goal, that's why we lost the game," Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri said. "It came down to a special teams play, we didn't make the play. Give credit to Notre Dame for being able to finish it off."
"Not quite," Sunseri said. "But I know that if they have to prepare for me running, that's only going to help everybody else."