Video: Tino Sunseri

Tino Sunseri threw a pair of touchdown passes in Saturday's scrimmage, and helped get the offense moving after a sluggish start. He talked about why there was a slow start, and what changed.

Unofficially, Tino Sunseri--in the first six series of Saturday's scrimmage, a separate red zone series and a separate two-minute series, the fifth-year senior quarterback completed 4-of-11 passes for 36 yards.

In the second half of the scrimmage, which included a total of four series, Sunseri completed 12-of-18 passes for 137 yards and 2 touchdown passes.

So why the slow start, and what does he and the rest of the offense have to do to ensure this doesn't happen in a regular season game?

A lack of running game is one part of it, which creates some concern. That being if there is no running game at any point this year, can we assume that Pitt's passing game can not carry the torch?

The other part of it was having a sort of halftime, where the offensive coaching staff made some adjustments. Here, Sunseri talks about some of those adjustments, and what's next for the offense going forward.

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