BCS Panthers On The Prowl?

bill smithContributor IDecember 3, 2009

LOUISVILLE, KY - OCTOBER 02:  Dion Lewis #28 of the Pittsburgh Panthers runs with the ball  while defended by Chaz Thompson #4 of the Louisville Cardinals during the Big East Conference game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on October 2, 2009 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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  There is only one game left for the pittsburgh panthers and you guessed right, its against number 5 cincy. A questionable chop block call ruined the panthers chance of winning the back yard brawl, which hurt their chances a lot at a good bowl.

  So we will either go to a crappy bowl or get to BCS. I will asure you that the panthers will not look back at WVU. They'll be going in there to compete for the Big East and BCS.

  Many factors have played a role for the panthers this year, such as Heisman candidate Dion Lewis, outstanding wide receiver Jonathan Baldwin, and even unknown back ray grahm.

  So here is the question. Would you rather see Pitt get into the BCS and get blown out big time? Or would you rather see them lose to cincy and get into a crappy bowl and win? Would they get blown out in BCS or not. What if they lose in a bad bowl. That would make them a disapointing 9-4.

  When you get this far it seems like everything is happening so fast and alot of things can happen. Basically is a guessing game for us panther fans

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