"Miami has great speed and talent across the board," Narduzzi said in evaluating Pitt's next foe.
The Woodland Hills product collected 10 tackles, six tackles for loss and five quarterback sacks.
Pitt and Miami will kick off at noon on Friday in front of a national ESPN2 TV audience.
Nathan Peterman tossed four touchdowns in the second quarter and Pittsburgh held off a late rally to beat Louisville 45-34 on Saturday. Freshman ...
Pitt looks to bolster its bowl resume and stay in contention for the ACC Coastal Division title.