What can I say about Tino Sunseri? In all my years watching Pitt football I've never seen a more clueless quarterback. It's really almost unfathomable how somebody can make so many mistakes while playing football. You would think just by sheer accident that he would stumble upon a good decision, but it's almost like he goes out of his way to be bad. He has no instincts and as a football player he has zero football intelligence. I'm beginning to think it's more and more likely that incoming freshman Chad Voytik could beat out Sunseri next year because even somebody who practices college football for three weeks will be a step ahead of Sunseri.
Count me amongst those that could care less if Pitt ever plays West Virginia again. Their football and basketball teams are always chippy, their coaches are often an embarrassment, and their fans are so hateful and bitter that it's hard to believe that they are watching amateurs play a sport.
Does Andrew Taglianetti actually have a football for a nose? It's amazing how big plays seem to find him.
The Panthers pass rush is special, thanks mostly to future All-American Aaron Donald. Juan Price also had a lightning quick sack.
How good is K'wuan Williams? Not only did he force a fumble in the fourth quarter but he also blew up a fourth down that led to a good tackle by Buddy Jackson. Then on a 3rd and 1 deep in Pitt territory, he makes a four yard loss on a completion. Answer- the kid is really, really good.
The Panthers have the softest receivers in the country. Mike Shanahan and Devin Street have been playing like that all year but Drew Carswell joined the party in the fourth quarter by looking completely scared on a long pass down the middle.
Isaac Bennett has more heart in his little finger than half the offensive starters have combined.
Watching Shanahan returning a punt is like watching a tree fall in the forest. But a tree has better moves.