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Pitt lineman Alex Bookser arrested on multiple charges

Alex Bookser, a University of Pittsburgh football player, was arrested on numerous charges after hitting two cars and running a stop sign after police tried to pull him over, according to… 185 more words

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Report: Pitt OL Bookser Arrested, Charged With DUI

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pitt offensive lineman Alex Bookser was arrested by campus police Sunday.

According to our partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, he is charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving, careless driving, an accident involving damage to an attended vehicle, an accident involving damage to an unattended vehicle, failure to drive at a safe speed, failure to obey stop signs or yield signs and operating a vehicle without an official certificate. 66 more words

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POV Sunday Podcast; 5/14/17

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A shorter Mother’s Day podcast today – reviewed the last two articles about the RBs and QBs and threw out other assorted ramblings.

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2017's RBs; Upgrade, Downgrade or Draw

(This is the second of a longer series looking at our individual positions that need to be re-filled in 2017 and whether we will meet the… 1,145 more words

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From the Vault: Why Pitt Is the Way it Is

This is an article which entails some heavy lifting in the reading department so it may be best taken in chunks rather than sitting down for the whole shebang at one time. 1,517 more words

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Historical Pitt 4* & 5* Recruits' Careers

We have talked many times about the need for highly rated recruits to build a high-quality nucleus for a successful team.  There is no doubt that the longer a HC stays at a school, especially during his first contract, he gets better recruiting opportunities.  1,525 more words

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2017 Spring Game Impressions

I invited readers to send in their impressions of the Spring Game and Eric Wassel took advantage.  I will put his article up under the Monday Morning QB piece that will be posted tomorrow morning. 747 more words

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