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Pitt Postgame Show: Is Pitt Already Proving This Year is Different?

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After Pitt makes a statement with a big win over Tennessee in Knoxville, Mike Asti is joined by Pittsburgh Sports Now’s Mike Vukovcan to discuss what the win means to the program and what the feeling about this team should be at this point in the season.

Mike and Mike talk Kenny Pickett’s brilliance, if the defense could oddly hold this team back, what Pitt needs to do the next few weeks before a gauntlet of a stretch in the schedule and if not establishing a true top running back will eventually become a problem on this edition of Pittsburgh Postgame on Pittsburgh Sports Live.

 

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Jeff
Jeff
12 days ago

I don’t think there’s any question that this current Pitt roster is deeper and more talented than Pitt rosters have been in the past thanks to the efforts of Coach Narduzzi and his staff. That is very encouraging to say the least but I hesitate to talk about proving anything two games into the season. Things are very encouraging but it’s a marathon and not a sprint so let’s hope this Pitt team displays winning efforts on a game by game basis as they have thus far.

Jeff
Jeff
12 days ago

I hesitate to label the Tennessee victory a big win. It’s certainly a nice win that showed heart and effort in a hostile SEC environment. Pitt should be at the point where they expect to go to places like Tennessee and compete at a high level and win. It shouldn’t be a surprise and it really shouldn’t be big at this point. It’s a nice win in a chaotic setting but it should be nothing more than that. It’s one game checked off in the victory column. Time to get ready for the next game on the schedule.

Last edited 12 days ago by Jeff
Jeff
Jeff
12 days ago

If I had to pick just one difference making move that made the greatest positive impact for this Pitt football team overall during the Narduzzi era I would say it was the firing of former wide receiver coach Kevin Sherman. Beatty came in and made a monumental difference in attaining talent and depth at that position. We now have multiple threats at that position. The position was lean on talent during the Sherman years. Beatty changed that in a huge way and it looks like Marion is continuing where Beatty left off.

Last edited 12 days ago by Jeff
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