Garrett Greene Doesn’t Like Pitt

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — Garrett Greene will be the starting quarterback for the West Virginia Mountaineers host the Pitt Panthers in the Backyard Brawl this weekend, and Greene did not mince words and did not hold back on his feelings about Pitt!

Following West Virginia’s 56-17 blowout win over Duquesne, Greene was asked about playing the Panthers in The Brawl. Greene said the following in response: “I was raised in Tallahassee (Florida), but I like to say I grew up in West Virginia. I became a man here. We don’t like them and they don’t like us.”

Greene, a junior, has started at quarterback for the Mountaineers during the first two games this season, passing 26/45 (57.8%) for 402 yards, 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions.

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