Kedon Slovis injury update: Pitt QB misses second half, OT of Tennessee game with undisclosed injury – Sporting News

  • September 11, 2022

Pitt quarterback Kedon Slovis missed the second half of the Panthers’ 34-27 overtime loss to Tennessee on Saturday.
Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi declined to provide an update or any other information on the injury after the game. He said only that the quarterback told him in the locker room he “feels good.”
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Narduzzi won’t disclose info on injuries but says he saw Kedon Slovis in the locker room after the game. Slovis told him he “feels good.”
Slovis was battered throughout the game, he was sacked twice along with numerous hurries and quarterback hits. The play that knocked him out of the game occurred near halftime, a strip-sack by the Volunteers’ Tyler Baron.
On the play, Baron slung Slovis to the ground. Slovis appeared to hit his head and shoulder.
Tennessee guy lifts and throws Slovis into the ground head first! What a hit and fumble! #Pitt
Slovis ended the day completing 14 of 24 passes for 195 yards and one touchdown to one interception. Pitt entered halftime trailing 24-17; the Volunteers capitalized on the turnover to kick a field goal before the end of the half.
In Week 1, Slovis completed 16 of 24 passes for 308 yards and a score in a victory over West Virginia.
With Slovis out for the remainder of the game, Pitt went to backup Nick Patti. He completed 9 of 20 passes for 79 yards and a game-tying 4-yard touchdown pass to Jared Wayne with 2:23 left in the fourth quarter.
In overtime, Patti completed only 2 of 5 passes for 18 yards. The final play of the game was an incomplete pass intended for Konata Mumpfield on fourth-and-goal from the Tennessee 8.


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