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Bettor loses $166K money-line wager on UCF-Pitt

1 month ago   |   By Review Journal

The Knights led 34-28 in the final minute when Pittsburgh scored on a trick play coach Pat Narduzzi called the “Pitt Special” on fourth-and-goal.
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Trick play helps Pitt upset No. 15 UCF 35-34

Trick play helps Pitt upset No. 15 UCF 35-34

1 month ago   |   By WTAE

Panthers (2-2) ended UCF's 25-game regular-season winning streak
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Pitt trick play stuns No. 15 UCF 35-34

1 month ago   |   By National Post

Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett caught the winning touchdown pass on a trick play with 56 seconds remaining as the Panthers stunned visiting No. 15 UCF 35-34 on Saturday afternoon.
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How Pitt stunned No. 15 UCF in 35-34 upset

How Pitt stunned No. 15 UCF in 35-34 upset

1 month ago   |   By Post Gazette


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WATCH: 'Pitt Special' trick play stuns No. 15 UCF, upset ends Knights' epic winning streak

1 month ago   |   By CBS Sports

The Panthers shocked the Knights on a trick play in the final minute to score a fourth-down TD pass
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