Anson Whaley: Coming into this year, I think Narduzzi’s stock was pretty solid. But this year, his rep has really taken a hit. The team was expected to be in the Top 25 and 2020 was sort of the year where it was all supposed to come together — returning three-year starter at QB, strong defense, and a lot of returning starters on the OL.
That defensive stop didn’t happen. After back-to-back one-point losses to N.C. State and Boston College and a 31-19 setback at Miami on Saturday, Pitt now sits at 3-3. The three-game skid is tied for the longest in coach Pat Narduzzi’s tenure with the Panthers.
The tough games keep on coming for the Pitt football team. Last week, it was a date with a Top 15 Miami team. This week, it’s a home game against No.