Connect with us

Pitt Football

Die-Hards: Snap Count Check; Pitt’s Season Opener Runs About as Expected



Pitt cornerback M.J. Devonshire.

The final score of any game is the key takeaway. A win is a win, and while Pitt won 38-31 against West Virginia Thursday night at Acrisure Stadium, how did it come to be? Who saw playing time for Pitt?

It’s a deep, talented roster this season, but how did that depth shake out, especially with some key injuries over the course of the game and a few key injuries that forced a few inactive players?

For reference, here’s how the abbreviations work out. PASS means passing snaps, RUN means rushing snaps, RBLK means run blocking snaps, PBLK means pass blocking snaps, RDEF means rush defense snaps, PRSH means pass rushing snaps and COV means pass coverage snaps.

Pitt ran 62 offensive snaps (32 passing snaps, 30 rushing snaps) and 76 defensive snaps Thursday night. A “**” designation shows that a player started against WVU.

This content is for PSN Die-Hard members only. You can sign-up for $3.99 per month or get a yearly subscription for only $38.00!

Current subscribers, please log in to view.

Log In Join Now

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker

Get PSN in your inbox!

Enter your email and get all of our posts delivered straight to your inbox.

Like Pittsburgh Sports Now on Facebook!
Send this to a friend