That might not be the best of news for those making a college football bet on Pittsburgh at the sportsbook.
College football gambling on Pittsburgh at the sports book hasn’t been very successfully recently even though the Panthers have a high profile coach in Dave Wannstedt. It could be said that perhaps Wannstedt is the problem. Picking Stull as the starter this college football gambling season may not be the best choice either. College football bet numbers tell us that Stull has never done anything to show he can win consistently for the Panthers. He was competing against redshirt freshman Tino Sunseri and junior Pat Bostick in the college football gambling preseason. Stull will be the starter as the Panthers open the college football gambling season on September 5th against Youngstown State.
College football gambling indicates that Stull is entering his third year as Pitt's starting quarterback. He didn’t do anything in preseason camp as college football bet stats show to win or lose the job so Wannstedt played it safe and selected Stull as the starter. "I've never been around a training camp where we rotated two and three guys with the first group like we did," Wannstedt said, "Tino had as many snaps with the first group as Billy. Pat Bostick got a share of them. They've all improved. Pat has gotten a lot better. Tino has shown us the type of player he will be. And has Billy made big strides? I would probably say no. But has Billy performed to the level where you can say he is the starter? I would say yes.” That is about the worst vote of confidence a player could possibly receive.
Stull was the starter last year when the Panthers won nine games, the most since 2002 as college football gambling indicated. "I'm just trying to be about as honest about it as I can.” Wannstedt said, “He has 13 starts under his belt, so he's our starting quarterback. I feel good about the other guys and I feel good about Billy."
Stull was simply horrible in the Sun Bowl loss to Oregon State when he was 7 of 24 with an interception as college football bet stats show. "Absolutely, it motivates me," Stull said. "That's not how I wanted to finish the season.”