Pittsburgh quarterback Tino Sunseri hasn't had a lot of positive plays this season — especially in Thursday's game against Cincinnati — but he did make an incredibly athletic (and risky) play to set up the Panthers for a potential score.
Sunseri stepped up in the pocket and as pressure closed in on him and he was falling down, he shoveled the ball to running back Ray Graham who ran 31 yards to the Cincinnati 6-yard line.
And Pitt should have at least come away with points, but as I noted earlier in the post, Sunseri hasn't had a lot of positive plays and four plays later he threw an interception in the end zone.
But at least he has the shovel pass to look back on during film review.
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