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WATCH: Jared Wayne Races to End Zone for 66 Yard Touchdown



Pitt’s first quarter against Miami could not have gone much better, and Jared Wayne was a major reason for the early 14-0 lead.

Wayne caught a quick pass from Kedon Slovis right around midfield, shook tacklers and raced 66 yards to the end zone to score Pitt’s second touchdown of the first quarter — racking up about 50 yards after the catch.

It was Pitt’s longest passing play of the season, breaking his own 64-yard gain against West Virginia earlier this season.

Wayne racked up 102 yards and a touchdown on three catches in the first quarter, averaging 34 yards per reception and compiling 68 yards after the catch. It’s Wayne’s third 100-yard performance of the season and the fifth of his career.

Wayne has racked up 909 yards and three touchdowns this season on 47 receptions, averaging nearly 20 yards per reception as Pitt’s most reliable wideout.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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