PITTSBURGH — Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi took to the podium in Pitt’s team room on the South Side on Monday as the leader of a first-place team.
The Panthers defeated Virginia, 23-13 on Friday night to take a half-game lead, which was extended to a full game when Virginia Tech lost to Boston College on Saturday.
But being in first place is far from Narduzzi’s focus. Instead, it’s the Hokies, who will come to Heinz Field on Saturday as losers of three of their last four games, but a win over the Panthers would put them right back into a tie for the Coastal Division lead.
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