PITTSBURGH (KDKA 93-7 The Fan)- The Pitt Panthers finished the regular season with a 6-6 record after their 41-31 loss to the Miami Hurricanes.
Jerry DiPaola, of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, told The Fan’s Tab Douglas that unlike most of the season, Pitt’s effort seemed to fall a little short.
“For the first time, I thought the effort fell off a little bit,” DiPaola said. “With all of the missed tackles, and all of the missed assignments; and the 12th game of the season, you’d think they’d have those things worked out by now.”
Aaron Donald played his final game at Heinz Field against the Hurricanes.
DiPaola told Douglas that Donald will have a future at the next level despite being only six-feet tall.
“He’s going to be a guy that gets drafted,” DiPaola said. “He’s strong enough, he has good leverage, and he’s quick off the ball.”