Panthers chew up Orange
Tyler Palko threw for 191 yards and a touchdown, while adding two more scores on the ground to lead the Pittsburgh Panthers to a 34-17 win over the Syracuse Orange on Saturday.
The Panthers came into this one as 10.5-point favorites and were able to cover the spread. The game’s combined 51 points went OVER the posted total (42.5).
Derek Kinder caught eight passes for 80 yards and a TD and H.B. Blades returned an interception for a 37-yard touchdown for the Panthers.
Orange Quarterback Perry Patterson Jr. struggled on this day, completing only 8-of-24 passes for 82 yards, one touchdown and was picked off three times. Adam Graessle blocked a punt and Reggie McCoy returned it 23 yards for a touchdown in the loss.