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UNC Football: Media reactions to Drake Maye’s performance against Pitt

UNC Football: Media reactions to Drake Maye’s performance against Pitt

Drake Maye’s performance against a stout Pitt defense, especially in the fourth quarter, has drawn a lot of attention from national football experts. After Israel Abanikanda scored his third touchdown of the night with 10 minutes left in the third quarter to put the Panthers up 24-14, Drake Maye said “Enough of this shit” and led the ‘UNC’s offense on four straight touchdown drives, which put the game away. on the bed.

Tar Heel fans and local media alike are familiar with Maye’s work. Carolina had soft predictions for the 2022 season, especially with the departure of Sam Howell, but before our eyes, something bigger and brighter is taking shape. With a prime-time game on the ACC Network, more people got a chance to see Maye put up heavy numbers in a statement win for North Carolina.

Here’s what people are saying about Drake Maye, now legitimate Heisman Trophy candidate.

Robert Griffin III, former Baylor quarterback and current ESPN college football analyst:

ESPN Senior Writer Ryan McGee:

Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Pat Forde:

ACC Network College Football Analyst Eric MacLain:

ESPN and ACC Network college football host and analyst Jordan Cornette:

Tate Frazier, Fox Sports college basketball podcaster and UNC legend:

ESPN producer and UNC legend Bryan Ives:

Pat McAfee, Sportscaster, ESPN College Gameday, WWE Smackdown:

Danny Kanell, CBS Sports college football analyst:

With Carolina’s surprising 7-1 record and No. 17 national ranking, Drake Maye should continue to keep his eyes peeled, especially when the Tar Heels head to Truist Field on Nov. 12 to face Wake Forest in a likely primetime game. If UNC can clinch the Coastal Division, it will give the Heels another chance to play Clemson in the ACC Championship game, and if they somehow pull off an upset with Maye’s performances, who’s to say what recognition he’ll receive at the end of the season . ?

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