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Locked On Pitt: What Should the Pitt Running Back Rotation be?

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The Pitt Football team has five talented running backs in Izzy Abanikanda, Rodney Hammond, Vincent Davis, C’Bo Flemister, and Daniel Carter. How could the running back rotation work out? And why should Abanikanda still be the lead back?

Rodney Hammond talked about improving on his receiving game throughout the offseason. Just how good could Hammond be in his Sophomore year? Notre Dame transfer C’Bo Flemister is impressing Andre Powell and the Pitt coaching staff. How could he carve out a role in the offense?

Vincent Davis gets a lot of flak around the Pitt fanbase, but he should not be counted out. How can Frank Cignetti’s offense mold itself to Davis as a whole? Daniel Carter might be the odd man out, but he should still have a role on the offense. What could Cignetti have in mind?

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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SRS
SRS
1 month ago

Nothing wrong with D.Carter being the bus driver for any of the other 4 in Pro Set or I-Formation, similar to G.Aston and H.Hynoski. Add big TE on either side and you can have 2016/2017 power Run game when they had dominant lineman then too.

Eli
Eli
1 month ago

Please, just no more Vincent Davis.

Pyler Talko
Pyler Talko
1 month ago

Izzy-Hammond-Carter-C’Bo. Make a package for Vincent he can gain yds but no more starting or every down stuff. We’ve seen enough.

Dukes

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