Despite a late surge by the Louisville Cardinals, the Pittsburgh Panthers held on to win 21-14 and improve their record to 5-5 overall. The Pitt defense held the Cardinals offense in for much of the game. Louisville scored a late touchdown in the fourth quarter, but limited the team to just 280 yards of offense.
Meanwhile, the Panthers offense rolled right along behind quarterback Tino Sunseri who threw for 196 yards a touchdown and another touchdown on the ground. As a team, the Panthers ran the ball for 200 yards and controlled the clock. Wide receiver Devin Street had a nice day, catching 6 passes for over 100 yards and tight end Mike Shanahan once again caught a touchdown and picked up 55 yards on just 3 receptions.
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