Video: Paul Chryst Postgame

Paul Chryst pleased with winning, but says the offensive performance in the first half--lack of ability to capitalize on all three turnovers--reason for improvement.

A 4-2 record over the second half of the season, getting to a bowl game in his first year as head coach at Pitt are good things. Still, Paul Chryst says there's always room for improvement.

Pitt possessed the ball for over 20 minutes in the first half, yet only produced seven first downs. Though they scored 10 points off of three turnovers in the first half, Chryst says the offense--in this particular example--still has room for improvement. Recommended Stories

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