Kedon Slovis and Frank Cignetti worked out their struggles in Pitt Football’s victory over West Virginia. How can Slovis improve and in what areas can he improve? Where can Frank Cignetti improve in his play calling to accentuate the strengths that Slovis brings to the table? Can Slovis improve his pocket presence?
Then, we talk about Rodney Hammond’s likely absence. How long will the hero of the Backyard Brawl be out for? Is there a way that Pitt can overcome the loss of Hammond? If they try to overcome the loss of Hammond, how can they improve the running game with it? Is the heavy set the way to do it moving forward?
Lastly, we highlight the strong game on Thursday by Pitt’s secondary. Is M.J. Devonshire the next Pitt standout at cornerback to get significant attention moving forward? How did the rest of the secondary perform? Who should start opposite of Marquis Williams?