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Without QB Kenny Pickett, Pitt falls to No. 13 Miami – TribLIVE

Quarterback Kenny Pickett was out with an injured left ankle Saturday at Miami, but Pitt needed to leave some other things at home, too. Such as sloppy penaltie…

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Quarterback Kenny Pickett was out with an injured left ankle Saturday at Miami, but Pitt needed to leave some other things at home, too.
Such as sloppy penalties, three more dropped passes, a blown coverage in the secondary, a fumble by Pickett’s replacement Joey Yellen and a running game that continued to fail in the red zone.
But all five elements emerged, and Pitt’s losing…

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