Jimond Pugh was again the main culprit, botching a shotgun snap, sending it wide right and high for Tim Levcik. This came after Pugh, an undrafted rookie, stepped on Levcik's foot on an earlier center exchange, nearly tripping the QB.
That's Pugh as in P-U.
Not to be outdone, starting center Jeff Hartings also had a long snap
sail high, this one intended for Charlie Batch.
There were no explosions from head coach Bill Cowher after any of
those incidents. A couple of fumbles were made by two veterans who aren't known for
Jason Gildon stripped Jerome Bettis of one ball, while Jay Riemersma
fumbled without being touched on another play.
Brian St. Pierre had the pass of the morning, hitting Plaxico Burress
perfectly in stride between Brent Alexander and Chad Scott.
Chidi Iwuoma and Nashville Dyer both made good plays on deep balls
to break them up.
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