Pat Narduzzi won’t let Pitt players speak to media leading up to Penn State game

What do Pitt players think about their Week 2, in-state showdown against Penn State? We’re not going to find out.

For the second straight season, Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi is not letting any players or assistant coaches speak to the media in the days leading up to the Penn State game. The Panthers announced Narduzzi would be the team’s “lone spokesperson” this week, according to Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

As pointed out by Batko, Narduzzi said last week that “we don’t try to hide anything” when speaking about gamesmanship in college football.

Penn State, it appears, will have a normal week of media availability.

Narduzzi and Pitt beat Penn State, 42-39, last season at Heinz Field. But the Panthers are 19-point underdogs this season at Beaver Stadium against No. 6 Penn State.

Apparently Narduzzi does not want to give Penn State any bulletin board material.

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