Monday (Friday) Morning QB – Quick Lane Bowl Edition

Monday (Friday) Morning QB – Quick Lane Bowl Edition

The clock just rolled past 1 a.m. and I can’t sleep, so I’ve cracked another Guinness (rocket widget!) and started typing.  After all, in seven hours the kids are going to be crying and I’ve promised my wife I’ll do that thing tomorow…

Pitt thoroughly embarrassed themselves for the better part of 58 minutes last night en-route to a Pat Narduzzi’s first-ever bowl victory, and the first Pitt Bowl win since 2013…which also came in Michigan, against a MAC opponent, at Ford Field by less than a touchdown.  And despite nearly four quarters of garbage football, Pitt somehow managed to pull it together and win a game they seemed completely uninterested in winning.  The offensive line started blocking.  Kenny Pickett, as if by magic, developed a pocket presence.  Wide receivers started making plays.  Taysir Mack, after an horrible drop, made a touchdown catch that only one or two other Pitt wide receivers in history were capable of making.  The defense started covering opposing receivers, and they even got a sack.  Several defensive players resisted throwing punches during an end-of-game fracas. Continue reading “Monday (Friday) Morning QB – Quick Lane Bowl Edition”