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Smith Looks For Improvement

It's been said that a football team and its players improve the most during the time between the first and second games.

Pitt quarterback Kevan Smith is hopeful that saying is true. Smith, a redshirt freshman, was solid in his first collegiate start last week, but he'll need to play much better against Michigan State Saturday at noon at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Mich. "Coach Cav always talks about being patient with things, and the big plays will come,'' Smith said. "And that's what happened. Coach Cav got... Recommended Stories

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