"It doesn't bother me, the class that they're bringing in will turn it around." Gary said.
"No, it hasn't changed my mind," Rodemoyer said. "I didn't get to see the Nebraska game, but I think they'll be all right. They'll bounce back. They started off slow last year."
"No, it hasn't changed my mind at all," Smith said. "They haven't been getting blown out or anything, it's just the little mistakes that are losing games for them. With a new coaching staff and stuff it just takes time for everything to click."
'They'll be fine, it's a young team and a new system," Malecki said. "I have no plans of changing my mind. I go down there as much as I can."
"I'm still the same, you know they're just off to a slow start,' Dickerson said. "All the calls still keep coming in from USC, Michigan, Ohio State, Florida, and West Virginia. They all tell me I should come visit and I just tell them I'm not sure I have to think it through."
"I'm still committed to Pitt 100%," Byham said. "I committed there because I knew I had a chance to rebuild the program, its not like I expected them to be a national championship contender this season. I still get calls from West Virginia, Michigan, Iowa, USC, Miami, and a few other, I usually just ignore it if I don't know the area code, or I tell them respectfully that I have made my decision and I'm not interested in anyone else."