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Mike Asti Talks Rebirth of Backyard Brawl on ‘Voice of College Football’ Channel



There’s so much excitement from both Pitt and West Virginia fans about the rebirth of the football Backyard Brawl that smack talk has already started.

Mike Asti represented Pittsburgh Sports Now on the Voice of College Football YouTube channel with host Mark Rogers to discuss the Brawl, the outlook of the Pitt program heading into the game and season and debate which transfer quarterback is poised for a better year between Kedon Slovis and JT Daniels.

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6 months ago

Only ones who who care about this “series” are Neanderthal sports writers, those south of the Pennsylvania border and Heather. Season ticket holder who won’t be there. And if Narduzzi loses starters for significant time, he will be after Heather’s scalp.

6 months ago
Reply to  Pittband

What are you talking about loser. WVU is a natural rival of Pitt.

Let me guess you got a BA in sociology, and could find a job. So you hit up one of your dad’s friends because you do not have marketable skills.

The Pitt band is soft, and constantly plays music loudly when we have the ball.

Last edited 6 months ago by local_troll
6 months ago
Reply to  local_troll

Sorry to bust your bubble Hoopey. Retired at 57 more than a decade ago. Two thirds of the Pitt Band take technical degrees, MD, DMD, JD, engineering, etc.
And to keep popping, teams can get a delay of game penalty if the band plays during run of play.
Before we joined the ACC, you could say rival but now that you are in a second rate football conference- NOT.
This is all about money in Heather’s eyes. Nothing more.


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