Pat Narduzzi was quick to challenge Bru McCoy’s first touchdown of his Tennessee career.

McCoy was ruled to have been pushed out of bounds by Pitt’s Rashad Battle, but Narduzzi disagreed. He said McCoy ran out on is own accord.

He ultimately lost the challenge, but was sure to voice his displeasure at the halftime break while heading into the locker room.

“We didn’t push him out. He ran out. I don’t agree with the call, still.” Narduzzi said.

That seemed to be a major turn in momentum for Tennessee. The Vols scored twice more following McCoy’s score above.

Tennessee is looking tough with 2 quarters to play. The Vols lead Pitt 24-17 on their home turf. Still, there’s a lot of football still to be played.

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Tennessee sports betting officially launched on November 1, 2020. Tennessee was the first SEC state to legalize sports betting.