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Pitt-Penn State Monday Morning Aftermath; Plus ACC Beat, RIP FSU’s Burt Reynolds



Penn State 51-Pitt 6

It was a night to forget for the Panthers as they were dominated at Heinz Field by their rivals. Here’s a roundup of PSN’s coverage plus local and national media reaction.

Turning point?

DiPaola: Things Pat Narduzzi might ponder after Penn State rout

Batko: Pitt has to move on as ACC play starts next week

Cardiac Hill: Worst loss since 1996

Murray Chass, Pitt grad and former NY Times writer in the Pitt News: De-emphasize football

Dave Molinari in the Post-Gazette on the defensive adjustments that Penn State made at halftime after Pitt had 214 rushing yards in the first half. Pitt only gained 31 yards on the ground in the second half.

A dubious distinction:

Pitt drops to 75th in the unofficial, yet reasonably predictive of future performance, S&P+ rankings. It’s a 27 spot fall, which puts them ahead of only Syracuse and a moribund North Carolina (which got blown out by Eastern Carolina).

ESPN has Pitt at 77th in their FPI rankings.

Bill Bender: Penn State answer questions that matter

David Jones, Penn Live: Inexcusable to have Trace McSorley out there … with a 37-7 lead

Lamont Wade, who had two solo tackles and two assists in Penn State’s win, fires back at Pat Narduzzi over his “you don’t see him out there” comments. Wade came into the game with 32 career tackles, 0 interceptions and three passes defensed.

No arrests: Fans on good behavior

ACC Beat

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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