Pitt's Kenny Pickett still debating Peach Bowl
Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett is already a Heisman Trophy finalist but the question of whether he’ll participate in the team’s Peach Bowl contest vs. Michigan State has been up in the air.
The senior recently went on The Dan Patrick Show and said that he remains “undecided” about his availability for the bowl game:
#Pitt QB and #Heisman finalist Kenny Pickett told DP that he’s “undecided” on whether he’s going to play at the #CFAPeachBowl #H2P pic.twitter.com/rNAu0Gsn3n
— Dan Patrick Show (@dpshow) December 8, 2021
The 23-year-old Pickett surpassed ACC legends Jameis Winston and Deshaun Watson for the conference’s single-season touchdown passing record (43). Pickett amassed 4,319 passing yards and a 67.2 completion percentage en route to guiding Pitt to its first ACC title.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound Pickett has totaled 12,303 yards, 81 touchdowns and 32 interceptions during his career at Pitt.
Michigan State leads the all-time series 6-0-1 vs. Pitt. The last meeting was a 17-13 home victory for the Spartans in 2007.