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Watch: Pat Narduzzi Talks Keyshon Camp Injury, Passing Game, Ohio



PITTSBURGH — Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi gave his final press briefing before the Panthers’ Week 2 game against Ohio on Thursday, and he took the opportunity to talk about the loss of defensive tackle Keyshon Camp for the rest of the season, how he can fix his struggling offense and the challenge that awaits in the Ohio Bobcats.

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4 years ago

Well it’s good to know we’ll have Keyshon until he’s 32 lol. In all seriousness it is nice to think he’ll be granted extra time by the NCAA one would hope due to his injuries. The one thing that Coach Narduzzi said seemed very strange in my humble opinion and that’s when he said receivers may be running faster in the game than at practice. I thought that was odd because why would they not be running full speed in practice? Even in high school if we were slacking and didn’t run full speed at practice the coaches would punish… Read more »

4 years ago
Reply to  Jeff

And just to add one final thought, I can understand a true freshman or a redshirt freshman quarterback overshooting recievers because of adrenaline and being to amped under the lights dealing with the speed of a game because of inexperience but I don’t think that should happen with a Junior quarterback that has experience in those situations. When it happens with an experienced Junior I tend to believe it has more to due with issues of accuracy and just flat out poorly thrown balls. But in the end the game speed of receivers and the overshooting of receiver comments have… Read more »

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