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Mike’d Up: How Much Credit Does Jeff Capel Deserve for Pitt’s Winning Streak?

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In case you missed it, Pitt basketball is in the midst of a winning streak after a big win over North Carolina.

Mike Asti and Mike Vukovcan talks about how Pitt has managed to become respectable towards the end of the season, what it says about Jeff Capel and where the program is headed on this edition of Mike’d Up.

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Hank
Hank
3 months ago

If everyone of the guards that can come back does Pitt will have 4 starting caliber players for 3 spots. Nike, Burton, Horton, & Femi. Getting a power forward to fill Mo’s minutes will be the biggest need in the transfer portal. It should be an attractive spot to fill with the success Mo had and with the success Champagnie had at Pitt. If they can keep the starters from this years team and add Nike and a good PF then next year should be Capel’s best team.

TMG
TMG
3 months ago

If people want to throw insults at him when he loses they should credit him on the wins.

Nice Job Horton is def a difference maker. They are playing with together more confident now. That’s coaching.

Nice job everyone, see if you can keep it going…

H2P

Send it in !
Send it in !
3 months ago
Reply to  TMG

Because he’s getting paid to win. And he still won’t have a winning season in 4 years.
3 games don’t make up for 4 years. At least not in a rational world. Horton does make the team better, but teams will adjust now that he is in the lineup. And this is a very avg Carolina team who hasn’t been ranked all year.

Jimbo Grimm
Jimbo Grimm
3 months ago
Reply to  Send it in !

You have no idea what you’re talking about.

Mark Recker is a jerk
Mark Recker is a jerk
3 months ago
Reply to  Jimbo Grimm

Either do you!

Jimbo Grimm
Jimbo Grimm
3 months ago

Should be neither, not either there genius.

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