Pitt vs. FSU

Well, my football season started Monday night with Pitt getting killed by FSU.  Pitt looked rusty (that’s being nice) and so was I.  I don’t know what the deal was, but I couldn’t seem to get a good shot to save my life.  I was either in the wrong spot, didn’t have the right settings, or someone would get in the way.   Regardless, it wasn’t my best photography night.  With that said, here were the highlights of the night....at the bottom there is a link to the full set of photos from the game.

Pittsburgh’s only touchdown of the game was a pass to junior wide receiver #82 Manasseh Garner who dove for the score.

Pittsburgh’s only touchdown of the game was a pass to junior wide receiver #82 Manasseh Garner who dove for the score.

It’s possible I saw the 2013 Heimen Trophy winner….FSU’s #5 Jameis Winston threw for 356 yards and 4 touchdowns along with 1 running touchdown.  He was a beast and was amazing as a Freshman in his first college game. 

It’s possible I saw the 2013 Heimen Trophy winner….FSU’s #5 Jameis Winston threw for 356 yards and 4 touchdowns along with 1 running touchdown.  He was a beast and was amazing as a Freshman in his first college game. 

#8 Devonta Freeman RB JR – He had a great game, when FSU gave him the ball…..5.8 yards per carry.

#8 Devonta Freeman RB JR – He had a great game, when FSU gave him the ball…..5.8 yards per carry.

Maybe the best part of the game had nothing to do with the game.  Pitt retired Larry Fitzgerald’s number during the halftime.  I got a chance to meet him later that night.  He was a very nice guy. 

Maybe the best part of the game had nothing to do with the game.  Pitt retired Larry Fitzgerald’s number during the halftime.  I got a chance to meet him later that night.  He was a very nice guy.