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Poll: Pat Narduzzi's Media Blackout

Pat Naduzzi's Media Blackout has taken center stage. The question is: Do you even care?

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If you are reading Cardiac Hill or if you have logged onto Twitter, like, at all yesterday, you will know that Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi has closed off the media this week leading up to the Pitt-Penn State game Excuse me, The Keystone Classic. This means the media will not see any of Pitt's practices. Not sure how big of a deal this actually is considering how small the media window usually is for Pitt's practices. It also means that we won't get any earth-shattering quotes, like, "We're really looking forward to playing Penn State" from any of the Panther players.

With everything that is going on with the renewal of this rivalry, I'm not really sure why this is such a big deal. But it's something that was discussed quite a bit on social media after it was announced.

The question we have is: Is this a big deal to you? We all love stories and bulletin board material, but with this being the first time the two teams have clashed since 2000, I think there is plenty of stories to be written without access to Pitt's football team. What say you? Answer below by voting in the poll.

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