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Watch: Pitt HC Pat Narduzzi Turns Attention to WMU, Responds to Running Back Concerns

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Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi speaks with the media, including Pittsburgh Sports Now, to move past the big win over Tennessee and turn the attention to Western Michigan.

Narduzzi also responds to questions about the lack of a feature running back.

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Eli
Eli
11 days ago

Someone ask him why Vincent Davis is being used as the team’s short yardage back. This perplexes me to no end. He’s the smallest guy on the team!

Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
10 days ago
Reply to  Eli

He shouldn’t have been used much at all against an SEC defense. Did not sit well with the fans on Saturday

Jeff
Jeff
10 days ago
Reply to  Eli

It could be because he comes through in most cases. He’s small but he’s also shifty and agile and he shows a ton of heart when he has the ball in his hands. In most cases it’s not wise to use a small guy in those situations but as long as he’s successful in most situations I have zero problem with it.

Jeff
Jeff
10 days ago
Reply to  Jeff

Doesn’t seem so ridiculous to want to have the ball in the hands of your experienced leading rusher from a year ago. I don’t get why people look to invent issues where no issues exist.

Clark Martineau
Clark Martineau
10 days ago

How about having the WR moving toward the QB before the snap. That keeps the DB from having a running start at the WR while the pass is in the air.

Last edited 10 days ago by Clark Martineau
Rich J
Rich J
10 days ago

This guy is not a good Coach, just mediocre.

Jeff
Jeff
10 days ago

Below is my imitation of Bill Hillgrove and Pat Bostick doing the radio call.

Bill Hillgrove:
It looks like it’s going to be a 4 yard loss on the play.

Pat Bostick.:
No Billy that was a 16 yard gain and a first down.

Duquesne BB

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