As the first quarter draws to a close, the Cincinnati Bearcats lead the Pitt Panthers by a score of 6-3. Things started off badly for Pitt, as Cincinnati’s Isaiah Pead scampered down the right sideline on the second play from scrimmage, juking a Pitt defender in the process, en route to a 53-yard gain. That set up a 27-yard field goal by Tony Miliano on 4th and 1.
The two teams then traded punts as the quarter ended. Pitt has the ball to begin the second quarter.
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