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Pitt football's got demons. Pat Narduzzi might be the guy to exorcise them
Saw this poster on the blather and thought it was an interesting read:

http://www.sbnation.com/college-football...ule-roster

One of the interesting things was this:

Call it the Curse of Johnny Majors. In the last 18 seasons, since Majors retired and Walt Harris took over, Pitt has had a winning record in one-possession games just five times and has been at least two games under .500 in such games nine times. In this nearly two-decade sample, the Panthers are 35-53 in these contests, a 0.397 win percentage.

That's incredible.

In three years under Chryst, Pitt ranked in the F/+ top 50 three times and boasted a strong offense (24th in 2014) and defenses (26th in 2012, 32nd in 2013). But they went 5-10 in one-score games and managed an 18-20 record overall.


*** Let's hope they can start to turn this around....
(This post was last modified: 08-27-2015 08:33 AM by SoCalPanther.)
08-27-2015 08:32 AM
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