Backyard Brawl: West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Pittsburgh Panthers | Full Game Highlights

Backyard brawl: west virginia mountaineers vs. Pittsburgh panthers | full game highlights

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Check out highlights from 2022 Backyard Brawl between the West Virginia Mountaineers and the Pittsburgh Panthers. Pitt takes home the W as QB Kedon Slovis throws for 308 YDS.

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