Too late? Pitt shuffles defense
Originally Published: November 19, 2003By Jorge Milian | Special to ESPN.com
It may be a little late, but Pittsburgh is shaking up its defense after allowing 523 total yards, including 307 yards on the ground, in Saturday's devastating 52-31 loss to West Virginia. Defensive end Claude Harriott, a first-team All-Big East selection last season, may be headed to the bench. Coach Walt Harris said he is inserting Azzie Beagnyam as a co-starter for the Temple game because the redshirt freshman played better than Harriott against West Virginia. "It's unfortunate but a starter has got to get the job done," Harris said of Harriott. "He's got to play at the level we know he can play."
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