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Cavanaugh Talks About Bostick

Matt Cavanaugh recalled that fateful day in 1974, when he and his parents left Youngstown, Ohio for Pittsburgh and his first day as a freshman recruit with the Panthers football team.

Matt Cavanaugh Cavanaugh, now the program's offensive coordinator, attempted to empathize with Pat Bostick now that the freshman quarterback has finally returned from a one-week hiatus from training camp. Bostick left Pitt Aug. 6 after media day and before the first practice. He returned Monday. "Every freshman that comes in here deals with something,'' Cavanaugh said. "I tried to relate to him...

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