PITTSBURGH — In Saturday’s scrimmage at Heinz Field, Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi said his offense got the best of his defense.
Tuesday at practice, those roles were reverse.
That’s a good feeling for a head coach to have heading into Saturday’s Blue-Gold Game.
One side being well ahead of the other — as happened when Pitt’s defense dominated the game a year ago — is typically not a good sign.
So Narduzzi is hoping his offense will be able to do better than the 10-3 final that featured a defensive touchdown from Dane Jackson a year ago.