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How about Rich Rodriguez as the new Pitt football coach?

Pitt football coach Dave Wannstedt is on the hot seat after Friday's blowout loss to West Virginia.

Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez is on the hot seat after losing again to rival Ohio State.

If the Wolverines can Rodriguez, Pitt should put him at the top of the list of potential replacements for Wannstedt.

Rodriguez did wonders for West Virginia and could revive the Panthers' attack with his spread offense. It's far more dynamic that Wannstedt's and could dominate the rest of the Big East.

And if such a move could come to pass, imagine how much fury would be added to the Pitt-West Virginia rivalry.


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