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    The Brian J. Pitt Show

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    THE BEST 30 MINUTES YOU'RE EVER KNOW


     

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    The Brian J. Pitt Show

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    Welcome to the SHOW

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    The Brian J. Pitt Show

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    Love & R&B Thursday...tonight's topic!


    Its Not About Being Whipped, Its About Being Respectful...


    Show is also broadcasting live via Periscope


     


     

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    The Brian J. Pitt Show

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    Tonight's show..I'm talking about confidence! Other topics are gonna be talked about and we're gonna jam tonight...call in to the show if you wanna comment or just talk about anything...YOU'RE GONNA LIKE IT, TRUST ME!

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    The Brian J. Pitt Show

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    The best 30 minutes you're never forget, trust me!

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    Pitt Football Star Todd Pipkin

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Pitt Football Star Todd Pipkin.


     

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    Pitt Basketball Star And NBA Star Keith Starr

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Pitt Basketball Star Keith Starr.



    Position: Guard-Forward • Height: 6-6 • Weight: 190 lbs
    Born: March 14, 1954 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania
    High School: Quaker Valley in Leetsdale, Pennsylvania
    College: University of Pittsburgh
    Draft: Chicago Bulls, 4th round (1st pick, 52nd overall), 1976 NBA Draft
    NBA Debut: October 23, 1976

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    Former Pitt Basketball Star Pitt Woman's Basketball Coach Kirk Bruce

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Former Pitt Basketball Star Pitt Woman's Coach Pitt Assistant AD Kirk Bruce.


    In his current capacity, Bruce oversees the day-to-day operations of men's and women's soccer, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's track and field, women's tennis and softball.


    More recently, Bruce helped guide the softball team to two back-to-back Big East Championships, where they upset then-No. 25 South Florida in the opening round in 2006. He also had a hand in the women's tennis team making a trip to Tampa, Fla., for the conference championships, while the women's soccer team set a school record for season wins last year.


    Bruce was instrumental in leading the women's track and field program to three Big East titles and four consecutive ECAC outdoor titles. Additionally, Bruce oversaw the Pitt baseball team which finished as the runner-up in the Big East in 2004.


    Bruce previously served as the Panthers' head women's basketball coach for 13 years from 1985-1998. His coaching career was highlighted by the 1992-93 season in which the Panthers produced their first 20-win season (21-10) and finished third in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. Bruce coached numerous Big East All-Conference players and two Kodak All-America honorable mention players in Jonna Huemrich and Lorri Johnson.


    A standout starting point guard at Pittsburgh from 1971-75, Bruce was a member of the Panthers' 1974 team that finished 25-4 and advanced to the East Regional finals. He was drafted by the Utah Stars of the former American Basketball Association (ABA). When the league disbanded, he returned to Pittsburgh to begin his coaching career as an assistant for the Panthers. Bruce was later promoted to the head coaching position prior to the 1985-86 season.


     

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    Pitt Basketball Legend and NFL Star Sam Clancy

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Pitt Basketball Legend and NFL Star Sam Clancy. 


    Widely regarded as one of the university's all-time best athletes, Clancy's Pitt ties will be a major asset in his new capacity. Among his responsibilities will be fostering relationships with former Pitt varsity letterwinners and members of the Panther Club.


    Clancy led Pitt to four winning seasons and two postseason berths, including the 1980 NIT and 1981 NCAA Tournament. His senior year the Panthers won the Eastern 8 Tournament championship. Clancy became the first Pitt player to score 1,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds. He remains the school's all-time leading rebounder with 1,342 career boards.


    Clancy moved on to professional football as a defensive end. He played 10 NFL seasons, including stints with Seattle (1982-83), Cleveland (1985-88) and Indianapolis (1989-93). He spent the 1983 season with the Pittsburgh Maulers of the United States Football League and was named the team's MVP. In 1984 he played for the USFL's Memphis Showboats.


    From 2006-08, Clancy was a weight room assistant with the Pitt football team. During that time he completed his bachelor's degree in social sciences in Pitt's College of General Studies.


    Sam Clancy is a former defensive end in the National Football League. He played for the Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns, and Indianapolis Colts.

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    NFL and Pitt Star John Malecki

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview John Malecki.


    He was named to the Big East All-Academic Football Team.[1] After the 2008 season, He was selected as the Pittsburgh Panthers Most Improved Offensive Player. He was often known to enjoy civil war reenactments in the lawns of the Cathedral of Learning.


    He played for the following teams in the NFL:  Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns, Tampa Bay Bucs, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Washington Redskins.


     

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    Former Pitt Basketball Star Curtis Aiken

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    The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interviewFormer Pitt Basketball Star Curtis Aiken.


    Aiken’s success continued in his college career at the University of Pittsburgh. He played guard for the Panthers from 1983-87 and is considered a legend in the steel city. As a recruit, he was Pitt’s first McDonald’s High School All-American, and his numbers speak for themselves. With 1,200 career points, Aiken ranks 21st on Pitt’s all-time scoring list. He ranks 8th among school leaders in assists with 378, and 12th in steals with 155. He tied the school’s record with seven steals in a 1985 game against Syracuse.


    His performance on the court led to a number of accolades for Aiken throughout his career. He was named one of the top three seniors in the Big East prior to his senior season by Eastern Basketball, and was the Big East Player of the Week later that season. During his junior year, both Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News named Curtis the Player of the Week during the first week of January.


    As a key recruit, he helped pave the way for Pitt’s entry into the Big East, and in his senior year, he captained Pitt’s Big East regular season championship team on its way to a 25-8 overall finish and a 12-4 conference mark.


    Aiken is the founder and CEO of Pro Tech Compliance, Inc., a technology and services company in Pittsburgh. He is an avid supporter of several community groups in the Pittsburgh region and currently serves on the boards of organizations such as the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh, the YMCA Metro Board, the Juvenile Diabetes Fund, the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority (ICA) Board – which oversees the city’s finances, and the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute.