On Pitt’s last drive, Tino Sunseri apparently banged his thumb against a helmet and appeared to injure it. His next throw was off-target, though he had little time to throw the ball. The offensive line is struggling a little more now and Tino has had increasingly less time in the pocket before being pressured. He was being looked at on the sideline, but is now back in there.
Meanwhile, the defense is fading fast, giving up large chunks of yardage on the ground and in the air. Utah was deep in Pittsburgh territory yet again, but Jared Holley got a key interception in the end zone, keeping this game from being blown open.