The senior safety had nine tackles, including five solo stops. He also had an interception which he returned 10 yards to snuff out a Panther scoring drive. The pick was Estrada's second of the season. Estrada also recorded a pass breakup, and was a key member of the secodary that held Pitt out of the end zone in the game's final seconds.
Estrada Nabs Conference Award
Estrada led the Mountianeer defense as West Virginia captured the 95th edition of the Backyard Brawl in Pittsburgh.
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