By Abbey Way & Matt Popchock

PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Pitt offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph told 93.7 The Fan he thinks third-year starting quarterback Tino Sunseri is more than talented enough for his role, but still has room for growth.

“I think he’s been doing a good job, he’s putting the time and working his tail off,” Rudolph said. “I like his approach to it, I think he’s trying to get every last detail down, and I think he realizes that will be a continuing battle, and he’s got to keep growing a little bit.”

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Rudolph explained that the home opener against YSU Saturday will be a chance for Sunseri and the rest of the team to show how they respond in the heat of the moment. Decision-making under game pressure is a skill Rudolph noted Sunseri needs to improve.

Rudolph also discussed what he expects from YSU, how the Panthers’ offensive line has made great improvements.

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Check out everything Rudolph had to say:

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Kickoff Saturday between Pitt and Youngstown State at Heinz Field is scheduled for 6:00 P.M. on your flagship home of Panther football, SportsRadio 93.7 The Fan.