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Pat Bostick Done At Pitt

New Pitt football coach Todd Graham met with the media in Pittsburgh today, and Paul Zeise of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports the new head man says quarterback Pat Bostick will not use his fifth year of eligibility next season, and has chosen to focus on school instead.

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Bostick came to Pitt with high acclaim. Scout.com ranked him a five-star recruit and the nation's No. 6 quarterback prospect in the class of 2007.

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He threw for 1,500 yards in 2007 while filling in for the injured Bill Stull. He also led the Panthers to their 13-9 upset of No. 2 West Virginia in Morgantown that season. He lost the starting job to Stull in 2008, then red-shirted in 2009. In 2010, Tino Sunseri took the reins at quarterback and Bostick attempted only 11 passes.

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Graham also told the press sophomore Kolby Gray will move to quarterback moving there from the safety position.

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