It's finally time for the Pitt-Iowa game and it could be the Panthers' biggest test of the year. Iowa hasn't been all that dominant this season so far and has struggled with even some of their weaker opponents.
All of that goes out the window today, though. Fact is, anything can happen in a one-game scenario and even if Pitt happens to be the better team, you've still got to play the game. On top of that, while the Panthers have looked good, there's still a reasonable amount of questions about just how good they really are. Through three games, Pitt has played what looks to be a decent Boston College team, but also an FCS program and Florida International, one of the FBS' weakest teams.
The bottom line is that Pitt has hardly been thoroughly tested so far this year.
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