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    Pittsburgh vs. Michigan State Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Highlight (2021)

    Pittsburgh vs. Michigan State: #10 Michigan State rallied in the 4th quarter to defeat #12 Pittsburgh, 31-21. Down 24-21 Pitt was in field goal range and driving with 35 seconds to go when Cal Haladay picked off Davis Beville and ran it back 78 yards for the game-clinching pick-6. Beville was in at quarterback for Pitt after starting QB Nick Patti hurt his shoulder on a touchdown run in the first quarter. He finished the game 14-18 for 149 yards and a touchdown. Wide Receiver Jordan Addison caught seven passes for 114 yards. Linebacker Cam Bright had a 26-yard scoop-and-score at the start of the third quarter to give Pitt a 21-10 lead. For Michigan State, quarterback Payton Thorne threw for 354 yards and three touchdowns on 28-50 passing. Wide Receiver Jayden Reed caught six passes for 80 yards and two touchdowns, and Jalen Nailor caught six passes for 108 yards.

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Mel Tucker praises 'relentless' Michigan State following Peach Bowl win

    Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker lauds his team's attitude and effort in a 31-21 win over Pittsburgh.

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Peach Bowl: Pittsburgh vs. Michigan State | Full Game Highlights

    The No. 11 Michigan State Spartans pick up an amazing comeback win over the Pittsburgh Panthers, 31-21. The Spartans scored 21 unanswered points to win the 2021 Peach Bowl.#ESPN #CollegeFootball ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ http://espnplus.com/youtube ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Jayden Reed rises up over his defender for the go-ahead TD

    Michigan State retakes the lead over Pittsburgh after Jayden Reed climbs the ladder for the touchdown.

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Michigan State seals the win with the 78-yard pick-six

    Cal Haladay picks off Davis Beville and takes off 78 yards as Michigan State completes the comeback win over Pittsburgh.

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Cam Bright Scoop & Score Expands Pitt's Lead

    Pittsburgh took a two-score lead on Michigan State when Peyton Thorne was stripped of the football on a scramble and Pitt's Cam Bright picked up the ball and ran it back 26 yards for the touchdown in this ACC Must See Moment.

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    Connor Heyward rises up for the spectacular Michigan State TD

    Payton Thorne throws a picture-perfect pass to Connor Heyward to bring Michigan State within five of Pittsburgh.

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    'Bing Bong!' RGIII's epic commentary on Pitt's scoop and score

    Robert Griffin III lets out the popular exclamation "Bing Bong" after Pitt forces a QB fumble and runs it back for the TD.

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    Jared Wayne's TD puts Pitt in front heading into the half

    Davis Beville finds Jared Wayne for the touchdown as Pittsburgh leads Michigan State 14-10 at halftime.

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    Brandon Hill caps off INT with slam dunk celebration on sideline

    Pittsburgh defensive back Brandon Hill comes up with the interception and celebrates creatively with his teammates.

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    Jalen Nailor makes outstanding over-the-shoulder catch for Michigan State

    Jalen Nailor makes an outrageous catch to put Michigan State in scoring position.

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    Jayden Reed reels in the 28-yard TD for Michigan State

    Michigan State opens the scoring against Pittsburgh after Payton Thorne's pass finds Jayden Reed for the touchdown.

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    Nick Patti makes a two-handed dive to the pylon for Pitt's first TD

    Pittsburgh QB Nick Patti gets the Panthers on the board by grazing the pylon for the touchdown.

    PIT 21, MSU 31

    Former USC QB Kedon Slovis Announces Transfer to Pittsburgh

    Slovis was a three-year starter for the Trojans and was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection as a sophomore in 2020.View the original article to see embedded media.With bowl season in full swing, teams around the country are already setting up their rosters for the future through the early signing period and the transfer portal.

    Sources: NCAA Rules Committee Outlaws Fake Slide After Kenny Pickett's Viral Play

    The Pittsburgh quarterback used the move en route to a 58-yard touchdown during the ACC Championship.View the original article to see embedded media.The NCAA Football Oversight committee sent a bulletin to game officials regarding the “fake slide” by Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett in the ACC championship game, sources told Sports Illustrated's Pat Forde.Coordinator of officials Steve Shaw instructed officials to blow a play dead in event of a fake slide attempt by a quarterback.

    2021 ACC Football Top 5 Plays Of The Championship Game

    The 2021 ACC Football Championship Game had all of the explosive plays that we expected from a matchup between Wake Forest and Pittsburgh. We saw Erick Hallett catch one pick twice, and take another to the house. Taylor Morin "Mossed" the Panthers' defense for six. Jordan Addison's sideline adjustment was a thing of beauty. And, Kenny Pickett broke out the fake slide that started off the scoring. Find out how the plays stack up right here!

    PIT 45, WF 21

    Pittsburgh vs. Wake Forest ACC Football Championship Highlights (2021)

    Pittsburgh vs. Wake Forest: Pittsburgh defeated ake Forest 45-21 to win the 2021 ACC Football Championship Game. This is Pitt's first-ever ACC Football Championship. The Panthers' defense picked off Sam Hartman four times and held the Demon Deacons scoreless in the second half. Kenny Pickett completed 20 of 31 passes for 253 yards and two touchdowns, plus he ran in the opening touchdown of the game from 58 yards out. Wide receiver Jordan Addison caught eight passes for 126 yards. Defensive back Erick Hallett II had two interceptions, including one he ran back for a touchdown and was named the 2021 Subway ACC Football Championship Game MVP. For Wake Forest, Sam Hartman was 22-46 for 312 yards and two touchdowns. Wide Receiver Taylor Morin caught for passes for 83 yards and a touchdown.

    PIT 45, WF 21

    Forde-Yard Dash: 10 Upperclassmen Benefiting From Staying at the School Where They Started

    College football may be in the middle of its transfer portal era, but leaving isn’t always the best option.View the original article to see embedded media.Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college football, where they run a different kind of bootleg at Tennessee:MORE DASH: Fix-It List | Big Ten East | Worst P5 JobsSECOND QUARTER: THE CASE FOR PATIENCE AND PERSEVERANCESometimes a transfer is for the best.

    Loss to UNC leaves Pitt with no wiggle room for bowl bid

    Pat Narduzzi found himself at a loss for words.

    Ratliff-Williams stars as North Carolina trips up Pitt 34-31

    Anthony Ratliff-Williams slipped his silver headphones off his ears and, asked innocently how he was feeling, replied "I'm tired."

    NC 34, PIT 31

    ACC features array of versatile backs that add big punch

    When Boston College's special teams coach was looking for volunteers to return kickoffs a couple of years ago, freshman wide receiver Michael Walker shyly raised a hand and quickly found a niche..



    Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi signals to his steam during the second half of an NCAA college football game against North Carolina, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Pittsburgh. North Carolina won 34-31. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)