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Kenny Pickett Becomes 2nd Pitt QB to Pass for 10,000 Yards



Fifth year Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett became the second player in program history to reach 10,000 passing yards midway through the second quarter against Clemson on Saturday, Oct. 23.

Pickett, who entered the day with 9,918 passing yards, reached 10,001 on a 25-yard completion to receiver Jordan Addison.

The last Panthers QB to reach the mark was Alex Van Pelt in 1992. Van Pelt finished his career with 11,267 yards, and Pickett needs less than 200 passing yards per game to break his all time record.

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2 years ago

Congratulations Kenny. Very happy for you. You deserve it. 👍

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