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The Pitt football team opens its annual training camp with media day activities Monday, and practice begins Tuesday, as the Panthers gear up for their opening game against Eastern Michigan Sept. 1 at Heinz Field.

The University of Pittsburgh should have several excellent position battles for third-year coach Dave Wannstedt with the quarterback competition between junior Bill Stull, the only one with any experience -- albeit just a few games -- redshirt freshman Kevan Smith and freshman Pat Bostick.

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