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  • The controversial catch that helped Pitt beat Duke

    Officials during Saturday's Pittsburgh-Duke football game ruled that Pittsburgh wide receiver Jester Weah and Duke cornerback Mark Gilbert simultaneously possessed the football on a key fourth-quarter play. Instead of a Duke interception, Pitt was awarded the ball on a play that preceded the go-ahead touchdown in a 24-17 Pitt win.

Officials during Saturday's Pittsburgh-Duke football game ruled that Pittsburgh wide receiver Jester Weah and Duke cornerback Mark Gilbert simultaneously possessed the football on a key fourth-quarter play. Instead of a Duke interception, Pitt was awarded the ball on a play that preceded the go-ahead touchdown in a 24-17 Pitt win. The ACC
Officials during Saturday's Pittsburgh-Duke football game ruled that Pittsburgh wide receiver Jester Weah and Duke cornerback Mark Gilbert simultaneously possessed the football on a key fourth-quarter play. Instead of a Duke interception, Pitt was awarded the ball on a play that preceded the go-ahead touchdown in a 24-17 Pitt win. The ACC

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