Nov 27, 2021
Kenny Pickett just broke a 40-year-old Dan Marino record at Pitt
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Kenny Pickett broke a 40-year-old single-season passing record set by none other than Pitt football legend Dan Marino.
Though this may be a different era of college football, Pickett has drawn a lot of comparisons to Marino this season, and for good reason.In a relatively weak quarterback draft class, Pickett has more often than not asserted his dominance over the competition. He can run it and he can spin it with the best of them. Check out Pickett’s record-setting 38th touchdown on the season for Pitt.
After the Syracuse game, Pitt will face Wake Forest in the 2021 ACC Championship in Charlotte.
Kenny Pickett. The Peoples Heisman.
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Pitt football star QB Kenny Pickett breaks a Dan Marino passing record
While it remains to be seen if Pickett will get an invitation to the Heisman Trophy ceremony or be the first quarterback taken in the 2022 NFL Draft, he has cemented himself as a Pitt football legend. With presumably a win over Wake Forest in Charlotte, the Panthers will find themselves playing in almost certainly the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl as part of this year’s New Year’s Six games.
Had Pitt not lost a dumb one very early in the year in the non-conference to Western Michigan, this team would be in contention for a College Football Playoff berth. However, the ACC has been down the entire year. Clemson has struggled and no team will come out of the regular season with more than two losses. Still, this has been a phenomenal year for Pickett and the Pitt football team.
If Pickett is half the player Marino was in the NFL, then he will be a total franchise game-changer.Next:Best college football QBs of the 21st century
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Dan Bongino Permanently Banned from YouTube
by Ailan Evans
Conservative talk show host Dan Bongino had both of his YouTube accounts permanently banned Wednesday, a YouTube spokesperson confirmed to the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Bongino’s second channel, the Dan Bongino Show Clips, was initially suspended and demonetized for seven days after Bongino posted a video in which he said masks were “useless” in stopping the spread of the coronavirus, violating YouTube’s COVID-19 misinformation policy. Bongino then attempted to upload a video within the seven-day suspension period on his main channel, resulting in a permanent ban for both accounts, a YouTube spokesperson confirmed to the DCNF.
Bongino’s ban was first reported by The Hill.
“We terminated Dan Bongino’s channels for circumventing our Terms of Service by posting a video while there was an active strike and suspension associated with the account,” the YouTube spokesperson told the DCNF. “When a channel receives a strike, it is against our Terms of Service to post content or use another channel to circumvent the suspension.”
Bongino will not be able to create a new YouTube account in the future, the spokesperson said. The talk show host’s main account had 900,000 subscribers at the time of its deletion, according to The Hill.
“If a channel is terminated, the uploader is unable to use, own or create any other YouTube channels,” the spokesperson said.
Bongino maintains an active presence on alternative social media sites and regularly posts videos to video sharing platform Rumble.
The Bongino Report’s Twitter account responded to the ban by mocking YouTube.
“Hilarious watching the @YouTube communists desperately try to save face after we told them to go f%^* themselves,” the account tweeted. “They’re claiming we ‘tried to evade suspension.’ Really? By posting a final video LITERALLY titled ‘Why I’m Leaving YouTube’?”
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Ailan Evans is a reporter at Daily Caller News Foundation.
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