PITTSBURGH (AP) -Pitt coach Dave Wannstedt isn't changing his mind: Bill Stull is his starting quarterback.
Stull didn't play himself out of the job despite struggling during much of preseason camp, which ended Wednesday. Wannstedt says the senior hasn't made any big strides but has performed well enough to remain the starter.
Stull had several poor practices last week after Wannstedt first said he was the starter. Stull was competing with redshirt freshman Tino Sunseri and junior Pat Bostick, who has made nine career starts.
Stull is scheduled to start his third consecutive opener Sept. 5 against Youngstown State. He injured his right thumb in Pitt's 2007 opener and missed the rest of the season.

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