Starting quarterback Max Browne has only two games under his belt but that hasn't stopped many fans from calling for a change. After Saturday's game against Penn State, Pat Narduzzi said that wasn't happening yet and in this week's press conference, elaborated a little more.
The replacement for Browne would be Ben DiNucci, who showed some nice scrambling ability and elusiveness against Penn State on Saturday in limited action.
On the season, Browne has completed 64% of his passes (36-56) for 278 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. The numbers aren't great but Browne also had a limited playbook in the first game and then faced a tough Penn State team in the second.
My stance on things is pretty well documented as I've said that Browne deserves a little more time. But Pitt also should want to get the situation figured out before ACC games start so I get some of the desire to make a change sooner rather than later.
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