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Pitt QB Kenny Pickett Leaves Game vs. WMU with Injury

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PITTSBURGH — Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett left his team’s game against Western Michigan with an undisclosed injury on Saturday.

With the game tied 7-7 in the first quarter, Pickett scrambled up the middle of the field for a first down, but was hit from behind. Pickett fumbled the ball, which was recovered by Western Michigan, and then stayed down on the field in obvious pain.

Pickett got up and off the field under his own power and immediately went to the Pitt locker room for evaluation.

He was replaced on the ensuing drive by redshirt junior Nick Patti.

Before his injury, Pickett passed Dan Marino for second place in all-time Pitt passing yards with 8,615.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Clark
Clark
1 month ago

A few things to clean up at halftime.
Penalties, fumbles, interception, blown coverages.
Missed extra point.
Forget the spread, just win the game!

Chasman54
Chasman54
1 month ago

Most embarrassing loss in a long time,I never comment or criticize my favorite team,but we got manhandled up front,out coached but more importantly lost all respect from people like me ( 67 years old& Pitt fan my entire life) don’t brag about NFL talent and doubting it you can dominate a good high school team. This shows lack of preparation,recruiting, assistant coaches ,entire staff. BIG CHANGES NEED TO Be MADE FAST NOT UNLIKE USC! You get to play real teams soon,lucky to go 500

Nonya
Nonya
1 month ago
Reply to  Chasman54

Depressing to say the least. 9:45 min time of possession is the root of it all defense is on the field too much. Cant run block worse as the game went on hope heather can lure fickell next year

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