Bostick Makes Transition To The Booth

Since coming to Pitt as's No. 6 QB in the 2007 recuiting class, Pat Bostick led Pitt to wins at West Viginia in 2007 and at Notre Dame in 2008. After forgoing his final year of eligibility, he has a new task at hand, as he will team with Bill Hillgrove in the Pitt radio booth starting this fall.
July 13, 2011

Pat Bostick Is Like Avis

While talking with Pat Bostick, as interesting a kid as there is on the Pitt football team, one could get the impression that he's just happy to be here if you don't listen too closely.
August 11, 2009

Bostick Most-Improved Offensive Player

After leading the Pitt quarterbacks in passing percentage during the initial two intra-squad scrimmages this spring, the third time wasn't charmed for junior Pat Bostick.
April 11, 2009

No Redshirt, No Problem

Even though all he did was hand off three times and take a knee to end Pitt's big win at Navy, sophomore quarterback Pat Bostick's status was the main topic of discussion immediately afterward.
October 21, 2008

Spring Game MVP and Game Balls

The Blue and Gold game is over as the much maligned offense scored a 60-25 win for the Gold team. All spring we heard about the inability of the offense, but on Saturday they cam alive led by redshirt freshman Shariff Harris and a few others.
April 19, 2008

Bostick Better Prepared This Time Around

For a player who had a 3-5 record as a starter, including wins against two ranked opponents, threw for 1,500 yards with eight touchdowns and a 61.5 completion percentage in his first college season and was perceived to be a savior for the Panthers after they received a commitment and eventually signed him, sophomore quarterback Pat Bostick sure was criticized last fall.
March 26, 2008

Bostick Might Not Redshirt

With 14 prospects expected to arrive for official visits Friday, recruiting is the No. 1 concern for the Pitt football team right now.
December 6, 2007

Pitt Sees Red In Red Zone

Pitt football fans everywhere have dissected this season from the start, but the bottom line is that in four losses the Panthers were inside an opponent's 10-yard line in the waning minutes and couldn't finish the job.
November 22, 2007