Pitt’s third-string walk-on placekicker Ian Troost opted to kneel during the playing of the national anthem on Saturday before the Panthers’ 35-17 loss to North Carolina State in Pittsburgh. Standing just behind him, offensive tackle Jaryd Jones-Smith placed his hand on Troost’s shoulder. The rest of the team was reportedly fine with Troost’s decision. “We...
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