Narduzzi: Just trying to recover from a tough one last week at home here with North Carolina. Good football team as we know that didn't turn the ball over. We're on to the next but we've got a another great opponent in Virginia tech who we get to play down there. I made the mistake the other day of putting on the Virginia Tech-North Carolina game and watch what their defense did to North Carolina, and you know, they are impressive on both sides of the ball.
Narduzzi: We've had a good, I guess, almost a week away. Just getting ready for a good North Carolina football team. I don't think you guys want to go back and talk about the last game. I don't even remember who we played to be honest with you. But it's all about North Carolina and who they are. They're a good football team, and I think you look back, I think they're very similar to what we are, and I've told our kids the same thing.
Pat Narduzzi met the media after Pitt’s 34-17 win over Virginia Saturday, and here’s a full rundown of what he said. Narduzzi: Great game. Great weather. I wish I’d’ve saw the Panther Pitt a little bit more into the weather, like our kids did. But our kids weathered the storm and it was a great day. A lot of great things out there. We talked about, really, two major things: running the ball and stopping the run, and I think we got that done today.
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