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March 20, 2012

Chevy Troutman Is Still Chevy

Filed under: Alumni,Basketball — Chas @ 5:46 am

I’m not sure there was any other Pitt player from this present era more suited to play, live and enjoy life in Europe.





Go Chevy, I always thought he would be a tight end in the NFL, but it looks like he made the right call.

Comment by gc 03.20.12 @ 6:00 am

He tried with the redskins and was horrible. He lasted a few days in camp.

Comment by Andrew 03.20.12 @ 6:07 am

I heard he has his own line of fashionable attire over there too. “Booty Patrol” shirts are all the rage in Paris and Milan.

Seriously though, I loved his game and am happy he is doing well over there. I try to peek in on Pitt alumni playing overseas via usabasketball and the last time I checked I was surprised that Brian Shorter was still pulling a paycheck up until maybe a year ago. Pretty impressive 00!!

Comment by ECH 03.20.12 @ 6:19 am

My bad, I meant us basket.com. I need another cup of coffee…

Comment by ECH 03.20.12 @ 6:21 am

loved chevy’s hard work and determination. Still remember that great comeback he led for us against UCONN when they were up by 17–what a difference he would have made for us this year.

Comment by tph60 03.20.12 @ 8:49 am

Remenber the game he took it to G-Town. He’s a real Pitt man.

Comment by alcofan 03.20.12 @ 11:38 am

he supposedly had some NBA interest a few years back but liked playing in Europe and didn’t pursue it. I’m sure this energy drink is 1 part muscle milk to 2 parts awesomeness

Comment by Ghost of Hornman 03.20.12 @ 4:03 pm

Chevy is just an athlete with desire! Can’t teach desire and that is where Pitt went soft this year.Perhaps some of the young Panthers will start to understand this offseason and re-commit themselves to the program, but more importantly to themselves as individuals.

Comment by dhuffdaddy 03.24.12 @ 9:12 am

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