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What Happened During That Final Series?

Pitt QB BIll Stull

The Pitt football team leads the Big East Conference and is tied for 13th nationally in red-zone efficiency with 20 scores, including 16 touchdowns, in 21 trips inside its opponents' 20-yard line.

However, Pittsburgh (3-1) couldn't convert with a first-and-goal gift from the 8-yard line with host North Carolina State holding a 38-31 lead. The Panthers ran for a yard, and then quarterback Bill Stull threw three straight incomplete passes to end any hope for a tied score to send the game into overtime. Pitt head coach Dave Wannstedt explained what happened on that series. "Obviously, we... Recommended Stories

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