Pitt football resumes spring drills after Coronavirus related interruption. Pitt football continued spring practice Tuesday morning at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex on the South Side subsequent to deferring drills for as long as week as a result of Coronavirus related conventions.
Pitt mentor Pat Narduzzi drove the group through four of its 15 booked practice meetings before the interruption.
This is the second sequential spring the Panthers have had practice interfered. Pitt dropped drills following three practices a year ago at the beginning of the pandemic when the whole games world went on stop.
Pitt played its whole 11-game timetable the previous fall, with just a single deferment. The Georgia Tech game in the long run was played Dec. 10, however the group decided not to go to a bowl game.
This spring, players, mentors and staff had been tried for Coronavirus once every week, Narduzzi said before the respite.
Pitt’s spring game had been planned for April 17 at Heinz Field. There is no quick word on the situation with that game or how Pitt intends to supplant the lost practice meetings.
Narduzzi is planned to address correspondents Tuesday evening.