Today is an anniversary for Pat Narduzzi and the Pitt Panthers.
Six years ago today, Narduzzi officially took over as the head coach of the Pitt football program, his first head coaching job after serving as defensive coordinator at Michigan State, Cincinnati, Miami OH and Rhode Island.
After finishing up the 2020 season with a record of 6-5, Narduzzi’s career record at Pitt is 42-34 overall and 29-20 in the ACC. When breaking down his six seasons, Narduzzi has compiled three 8 win seasons, with his worst season being 5-7 in 2017.
While Pitt has remained pretty steady by averaging 7-8 wins under his watch, Pitt’s recruiting in terms of team rankings has no doubt steadily improved under Narduzzi.
PITT’S TEAM RECRUITING RANKINGS (PER RIVALS)
This Season: 21st
Our PSN question for you to vote on, taking everything into consideration, what grade would you give Pat Narduzzi for the job he’s done thus far at Pitt?