The way Pitt's two senior leaders see it, the first step to getting their football program back on track is admitting just how bad things were in 2005.
Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesPitt's Dave Wannstedt wants his players to be accountable for their actions in 2006.
When last seen, the Panthers were curled into a group fetal position, victims of a hit-and-run-and-run-some-more on a cold Thanksgiving night in Morgantown. That is where West Virginia's Mountaineers rushed for a ridiculous 451 yards in a 45-13 rout that left Pitt at 5-6 and out of a bowl game for the first time in six years.
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