Pitt Panthers Football: High Octane Offense on Display in Blue-Gold Game

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Pitt Panthers Football: High Octane Offense on Display in Blue-Gold Game
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For months, many have been wondering just how explosive new Pitt head coach Todd Graham's offense would be. The term "high octane" has been thrown around quite a bit since Graham took the Panthers job.

Skeptics would have you believe that with the loss of valuable players on the offensive side of the ball, including running back Dion Lewis and wide receiver Jon Baldwin, the Panthers wouldn't have the playmakers off the bat to fit Graham's scheme.

There is also the late start in recruiting that Graham got after the Dave Wannstedt-Michael Haywood fiasco.

Without a doubt, there have been many questions surrounding exactly what Pitt fans will see out of this team this year.

Saturday afternoon, they got their first taste of what this offense will look like during the annual Blue-Gold game, which the Blue squad (made up of first-teamer's on the depth chart) won 48-13.

While the score wasn't important, let's take a look at five things to like from today's game

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