Nov 28, 2021; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase (1) celebrates the first down during the first quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

Joe Mixon runs wild as Bengals steamroll Steelers

Proving the first meeting this season wasn’t a fluke, the Cincinnati Bengals walloped the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers 41-10 Sunday afternoon behind a career day by Joe Mixon.

Mixon rushed for a career-high 165 yards and punched in a pair of 1-yard touchdowns as the Bengals (7-4) swept the regular-season series from the Steelers (5-5-1) for the first time since 2009.
Cincinnati has won three straight against their AFC North rivals, their longest streak since winning six in a row from 1988-90.

Joe Burrow completed 20 of 24 for 190 yards with a touchdown and an interception and Tee Higgins hauled in six catches for 114 yards and a TD. Mixon has scored at least one TD in eight straight games for Cincinnati, which scored on its first four possessions and never looked back.

Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger completed 24 of 41 passes for 263 yards and a touchdown, but was also guilty of three turnovers. His two first-half interceptions led to 10 Cincinnati points, and the Bengals added a touchdown off his third-quarter fumble. Roethlisberger was sacked three times.

The Bengals started in rhythm and never faltered. Burrow scored on an 8-yard scramble to cap the game’s first series for a 7-0 lead. Eli Apple returned Roethlisberger’s interception to the 5-yard line, and Evan McPherson added a 31-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead less than nine minutes in.

Pittsburgh got on the board with Chris Boswell’s 40-yard field goal, but the Bengals answered quickly with Burrow finding Higgins for a 32-yard touchdown and a 17-3 lead with 14:15 left in the half.

Mixon’s 1-yard plunge made it 24-3 and gave Cincinnati scores on nine straight offensive possessions dating back to last week. Mike Hilton picked off Roethlisberger in the flat, and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown with just 30 seconds left in the half and a 31-3 lead at the break.

McPherson added a 51-yard field goal in the third quarter, and Mixon scored again from the one with 13:10 remaining to make it 41-3.

Pittsburgh avoided the worst margin of defeat in the series when Roethlisberger hit Pat Freiermuth with a 15-yard touchdown with 2:59 left.

— Field Level Media

Nov 27, 2021; Syracuse, New York, USA; Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) throws a pass in the second quarter against the Syracuse Orange at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Dynamic duo lead No. 17 Pitt to win at Syracuse

Kenny Pickett and Jordan Addison wrapped up their outstanding regular seasons in style, connecting for two more touchdowns Saturday to lead No. 17 Pittsburgh to a 31-14 road win over Syracuse.

Pickett went 28 of 38 for 209 yards with four touchdowns and an interception, giving the senior signal-caller 40 TDs against seven picks this season. Addison racked up 11 catches for 81 yards and two scores in this one, bringing the sophomore standout to 85 catches for 1,353 yards and 17 touchdowns on the year.

Rodney Hammond Jr. and Gavin Bartholomew also had TD grabs for Pitt (10-2, 7-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), which reached double-digit regular-season wins for the first time since 1981. The Panthers will play Wake Forest in the ACC title game next weekend.

Syracuse (5-7, 2-6) needed a win to reach a bowl game but didn’t muster much offense after jumping out to an early 7-0 lead. Garrett Shrader went 17 of 24 for 217 yards with two touchdowns, both to Courtney Jackson.

Sean Tucker, who set the Orange’s single-season rushing record last week, was held to a season-low 29 yards on 13 carries. It was only the third time all year the freshman was limited to less than 100 yards on the ground.

Shrader’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Jackson gave the hosts an early 7-0 advantage before Pitt tied things up midway through the second quarter as Pickett found Hammond for a 15-yard score. Less than three minutes later, the Panthers went ahead on Pickett’s 25-yard strike to Addison.

Pickett padded the lead with a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes. He hit Bartholomew from 4 yards out to make it 21-7 on the opening drive of the second half, and then he and Addison connected from 5 yards out to create a 28-7 cushion with 4:45 left in the period.

Shrader and Jackson hooked up for a 15-yard touchdown to draw the Orange within 14 points with 2:03 left in the third, but that was as close as they got. A fourth-quarter field goal by Pitt completed the scoring.

–Field Level Media

Nov 20, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) scrambles with the ball against the Virginia Cavaliers during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

No. 17 Pitt, shooting for 10-win season, meets Syracuse

While Pat Narduzzi is focused on the 2021 season, there are two other years the coach of No. 17 Pitt is keeping in mind heading into Saturday’s road game against Syracuse.

The first is 1981. The second is 2018.

Regarding 1981, that was the last time Pitt won 10 games in a regular season. The Panthers sit at 9-2, 6-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, heading into their regular-season finale.

“It’s been a long time,” Narduzzi said. “To me, that means something. In 40 years, there’s something to prove when we go up there this weekend.”

As for 2018, Pitt wrapped up the ACC Coastal Division with one game to play that year — the same scenario the team is in now. The 2018 Panthers ended up losing their regular-season finale to Miami before getting hammered by Clemson in the ACC title game and then falling to Stanford in the Sun Bowl.

Narduzzi did not rest his starters in that game against Miami and doesn’t plan to do it this time around either, even with the ACC championship game awaiting in early December.

“(Whether we’ll rest our starters) would be a natural question: ‘Let’s go up there and keep them all healthy and play our backups and get ready for the championship game,’” Narduzzi said. “I would love to do that, but I don’t see us doing that.”

Pitt has not been held below 27 points in any game this season and enters the weekend averaging 43.9 points — third best in the nation — and 370.1 passing yards, which ranks fifth in Division I FBS.

Quarterback Kenny Pickett and wide receiver Jordan Addison hooked up for 202 yards and four touchdowns in last week’s 48-38 triumph over Virginia. Pickett was announced this week as a finalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the nation’s most outstanding player, while Addison is a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, an honor that goes to the most outstanding receiver.

“This is a doggone good football team that’s going to have an opportunity to play in the title game of the ACC,” Syracuse coach Dino Babers said. “And they definitely deserve it.”

The Orange (5-6, 2-5), meanwhile, need a win to guarantee their first bowl berth since 2018. They have absorbed consecutive losses to Louisville and North Carolina State by a combined 82-20 margin, giving them one last shot to prove the doubters wrong before the regular season concludes.

“I remember when the season started,” Babers said to reporters. “I remember who was on the hot seat. I remember we weren’t supposed to win more than three games. I read all your articles, everybody in here. And then all of a sudden, we decided we weren’t going to be bad, we were going to be good, and everybody changed their expectations.

“Our expectations in here have never changed, and our goal has always been the same.”

One highlight of Syracuse’s season has been the play of running back Sean Tucker, who last week broke the school’s 42-year-old record for rushing yards in a season. The freshman has 1,467 rushing yards, 49 yards shy of Central Michigan’s Lew Nichols for the FBS lead.

Pitt has won 14 of the last 16 matchups, including a 21-10 win last season. Pickett threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score in that victory.

–Field Level Media

Nov 20, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Virginia Cavaliers tight end Jelani Woods (0) is tackled after a catch against Pittsburgh Panthers defensive back Brandon Hill (9) during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

No. 18 Pittsburgh outlasts Virginia to win ACC Coastal

Kenny Pickett threw for 340 yards and four touchdowns, all to Jordan Addison, as No. 18 Pittsburgh clinched the ACC’s Coastal Division with a 48-38 victory over visiting Virginia on Saturday.

The Panthers (9-2, 6-1 ACC), who clinched their second division title in the past four seasons, will play the ACC’s yet-to-be determined Atlantic Division champion in the conference title game on Dec. 4 in Charlotte, N.C.

Pickett went 26-for-41 passing and found seven different receivers, but his favorite was Addison, who set career bests of 14 catches and 202 yards. Vincent Davis rushed for 100 yards on 12 carries as Pitt amassed 509 yards, five fewer than Virginia.

Virginia’s Brennan Armstrong was even better than Pickett. He went 36-for-49 passing for 487 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. Pickett threw two interceptions.

Keytaon Thompson had 11 catches for 126 yards and a touchdown, while Dontayvion Wicks had 10 receptions for 133 yards and Jelani Woods caught six passes for 75 yards and a score.

Trailing 24-21 at halftime, Virginia tied the game on Brendan Farrell’s 30-yard field goal just two-plus minutes into the third quarter. But Pitt responded as Pickett threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Addison for a 31-24 lead with 8:32 left in the quarter.

Virginia (6-5, 4-3) tied the game at 31 Thompson’s 8-yard run capped a seven-play, 75-yard drive with 5:06 left in the quarter, but Pitt regained the lead 34-31 on Sam Scarton’s 23-yard field goal with 1:46 left in the quarter.

After Pitt extended its lead to 41-31 on Hammond’s 1-yard run with 9:43 remaining, Armstrong needed just two plays and 25 seconds to find the end zone, following a 36-yard pass to Wicks with a 39-yard touchdown strike to Ra’Shaun Henry to make it 41-38.

After the teams exchanged punts, Pitt put the game away when Pickett threw his fourth touchdown pass to Addison, whose 62-yard grab gave the Panthers a 48-38 lead.

After Armstrong’s three-yard touchdown pass to Thompson gave the Cavaliers a 7-0 lead after the first quarter, Pickett threw two touchdown passes to Addison in a span of 4:55 to give the Panthers a 14-7 lead with 10:01 left in the half.

Virginia tied the score on Hollis’ 2-yard run that capped a six-play, 75-yard drive with 6:52 left in the quarter, but it lasted just 13 seconds because Israel Abanikanda returned the ensuing kickoff 98 yards for a 21-14 lead.

After Pittsburgh pushed the lead to 24-14 on Scarton’s 36-yard field goal with 2:49 left in the half, Armstrong pulled the Cavaliers to within 24-21 at halftime when his 7-yard touchdown pass to Woods capped a nine-play, 75-yard drive with 52 seconds left in quarter.

–Field Level Media

Oct 30, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) passes the ball against the Miami Hurricanes during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

No. 18 Pitt can clinch ACC Coastal by beating Virginia

No. 18 Pittsburgh can clinch the Atlantic Coast Conference’s Coastal Division on Saturday with a win over visiting Virginia.

The Cavaliers, in turn, can take the division crown and berth in the conference title game by winning their final two regular-season games.

Pitt (8-2, 5-1 ACC) is seeking its second berth in the ACC title game in the past four seasons, while Virginia (6-4, 4-2) must beat the Panthers and rival Virginia Tech (5-5, 3-3) next week to advance to the title game for the second time in three seasons.

No. 10 Wake Forest (9-1, 6-0) would clinch the ACC’s Atlantic Division with a win Saturday at six-time defending conference champion Clemson (7-3, 5-2) on Saturday.

The division winners meet on Dec. 4 in Charlotte, N.C.

Pittsburgh and Virginia have vastly different quarterback situations entering Saturday’s game.

Kenny Pickett has been outstanding this season for Pittsburgh, which has won six of its past seven games. He has completed 67.5 percent of his passes for 3,517 yards with 32 touchdowns against just four interceptions.

The Panthers have four players with more than 300 yards receiving — Jordan Addison (1,070 yards, 11 TDs), Jared Wayne (566 yards, four TDs), Taysir Mack (461 yards, three TDs) and Lucas Krull (339 yards, six TDs).

Virginia, which is on a two-game losing streak, is allowing 239.8 passing yards per game and has given up three touchdown passes in each of the past three games.

Virginia is coming off a 28-3 loss to visiting Notre Dame last week in a game that showed how much it needs Brennan Armstrong under center. Armstrong injured a rib during a 66-49 loss at BYU on Oct. 30.

Armstrong has completed 64.3 percent of his passes for 3,557 yards with 27 touchdowns against eight picks. Virginia averaged just under 40 points per game in his nine starts this season. Dontayvion Wicks (1,004 yards, nine TDS), Keytaon Thompson (773 yards, one TD) and Billy Kemp IV (599 yards six TDs) each has more than 40 receptions this season.

With Armstrong sidelined and freshman Jay Woolfolk making his first start, the Cavaliers were a much different team against Notre Dame, which kept Virginia scoreless until early in the fourth quarter. Woolfolk went just 18-for-33 passing for 196 yards and two interceptions.

“I’m praying that (Armstrong’s health) is more second to second rather than day to day,” Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall told reporters.

“I thought there were a lot of positive things from the game from how Jay played to how our defense played to how others saw their roles, maybe what they had been with Brennan (Armstrong) and what they would be with Jay, right? That clarity I think was helpful for everyone. It doesn’t mean that the roles can remain the same or possibly even the performance with Brennan versus Jay.”

If Armstrong is out, the Cavaliers will rely more on running back Wayne Taulapapa, who has rushed for 290 yards and two scores on 55 carries. Armstrong is the team’s second-leading rusher, with 271 yards and a team-high seven touchdowns on 81 carries.

Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi is preparing for Armstrong to play.

“Virginia is more of a drop-back team,” he told reporters. “They like to throw it 70 percent of the time, so it’s going to be a drop-back, line up at empty with all these different personnel groupings and chuck it deep, chuck it wherever they want to. That’s what they’ve done, and they like to throw the football.”

–Field Level Media

Oct 16, 2021; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA;  Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) drops to throw a pass during the second half against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

Pitt aims to bounce back against struggling Duke

The goal of appearing in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game is as realistic for Pittsburgh as it was going into last week, but the Panthers’ margin of error has become smaller.

Ahead of a home matchup with Miami last week, Pitt was rolling with a No. 17 ranking and a four-game winning streak. However, the Panthers got humbled in a 38-34 home loss, and now they have to overcome some adversity entering their final four games of the year, starting with a contest against Duke on Saturday in Durham, N.C.

Pitt (6-2, 3-1 ACC) is still in first place in the ACC Coastal division, but instead of a two-game cushion, it’s now just one game.

“It’s a tough one to swallow,” Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi said, “but we’ll bounce back. All of our goals are still in front of us.”

Pitt will head to Duke led by one of the nation’s top quarterbacks, Kenny Pickett, who continued his brilliant play this season even in defeat against the Hurricanes.

Pickett threw for 519 yards and three touchdowns, though he was intercepted twice. He ranks sixth in the country with 2,755 passing yards and is tied for fourth with 26 TD passes.

Odds are good Pickett will rack up even more yards going up against a Duke defense that is giving up 294.5 yards of passing and 33.3 points per game.

After a 3-1 start, the Blue Devils (3-5, 0-4) are reeling, entering on a four-game losing streak.

Duke has done little right in league play, giving up 40.5 points per game and scoring seven or fewer points in three of the four defeats.

In road losses the last two weeks to Virginia and Wake Forest, Duke has been outscored 93-7.

“No one is quitting,” Duke coach David Cutcliffe said. “Nobody is not enthusiastic. I keep hearing that a lot. Our kids are not doing that. When you are fighting, you have to fight with technique, and you have to fight at a higher level from an execution standpoint.”

Pitt is looking to win its sixth straight over Duke in the rivalry. The Panthers have won nine of the past 10 matchups, including the most recent contest, 33-30 at Durham in 2019.

–Field Level Media

Oct 23, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Pittsburgh Panthers quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) passes the ball against the Clemson Tigers during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Kenny Pickett, No. 17 Pitt next up for Miami’s depleted secondary

The Miami Hurricanes are about to face one of the nation’s hottest quarterbacks, and they’re going to have to do it without one of their best players on defense.

Hurricanes safety Bubba Bolden — a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection last season — recently underwent shoulder surgery and will miss the rest of the season, the team announced this week.

That means the Hurricanes (3-4, 1-2 ACC) will start two true freshmen safeties — James Williams and Kamren Kinchens — when they visit 17th-ranked Pitt (6-1, 3-0) on Saturday afternoon.

“It was affecting his tackling and his overall play,” Miami coach Manny Diaz said of the injury Bolden played through the previous three weeks. “But it’s a tough loss for us because of his leadership.”

The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Williams was the nation’s top-ranked safety in the Class of 2021 while Kinchens was one of the top 25 safeties in the class. Kinchens, a 5-11, 200-pounder, burst onto the prep scene with nine interceptions as a junior.

Both have been impressive in their limited chances with the Hurricanes, but now they face will one of the nation’s top passers, Pitt’s Kenny Pickett.

The fifth-year senior has 23 touchdown passes and just one interception this season to garner Heisman Trophy buzz. Pickett also has the Panthers sitting atop the ACC’s Coastal Division.

Pickett is averaging 319.4 passing yards per game, and he leads an offense that ranks fourth in the nation with 45.3 points per game.

Wide receiver Jordan Addison, who is Pickett’s favorite target, ranks fourth in the ACC in reception yards per game (95.7).

However, Addison and Pitt’s No. 1 running back, Izzy Abanikanda, sustained concussions in last week’s win over Clemson. Both are questionable to play against Miami.

Abanikanda, who leads Pitt with 403 rushing yards (5.2 average), would be replaced by Vincent Davis and freshman Rodney Hammond Jr. if necessary. Davis has rushed for 263 yards but just a 3.3 average. Hammond, though, has 251 yards and a 5.8 average.

Still, those injuries and the presence of the Hurricanes — who have beaten the Panthers in three straight matchups — have Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi worried.

“I know what’s on the horizon,” Narduzzi said when asked why he’s not happy.

Pickett is 1-2 against the Hurricanes, and his only win versus Miami came in his true freshman season.

On Saturday, Miami will start a redshirt freshman quarterback, Tyler Van Dyke, who is only playing due to D’Eriq King’s season-ending injury.

Van Dyke, who is 2-2 as a starter this season, will face a third-year veteran safety in Pitt’s Brandon Hill, who leads the Panthers in tackles (46) and pass breakups (six). Pitt’s other safety is fourth-year junior Erick Hallett.

So Pitt has a veteran quarterback going up against two rookie safeties while Miami has a rookie QB going against two veteran safeties.

Fortunately for Miami, Van Dyke does have some experienced help in wide receivers Charleston Rambo (44 catches, 549 yards, four TDs) and Mike Harley (27 catches, 250 yards two TDs).

A wild card is running back Jaylan Knighton, a second-year player with game-breaking speed. Last week against North Carolina State, Knighton had 166 scrimmage yards (83 rushing, 83 receiving) and one score. The prior week, against North Carolina, he had 165 scrimmage yards (92 rushing, 73 receiving) and three TDs.

In addition, Van Dyke is coming off the biggest win of his career, completing 25 of 33 passes for 325 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions as Miami knocked off then-No. 18 NC State 31-30.

–Field Level Media

Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett (8) throws near  Clemson defensive end Myles Murphy (98) trying to get by Pitt offensive lineman Marcus Minor (55)  during the second quarter at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Saturday, October 23, 2021.

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Kenny Pickett, No. 23 Pitt give Clemson its third loss

Kenny Pickett passed for 302 yards and two touchdowns as No. 23 Pitt knocked off Clemson 27-17 Saturday afternoon at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field.

Pitt (6-1, 3-0 ACC), off to its best start since 2015, snapped a two-game losing streak against the Tigers, who had outscored the Panthers 94-27 in those games.

Clemson (4-3, 3-2) suffered a third regular-season defeat for the first time since the 2014 season.

Pickett guided Pitt to 464 yards, the most Clemson’s defense has surrendered this season. The Tigers entered the game ranked second nationally in scoring defense at 12.5 points per game, but the Panthers’ 27 points also matched the most the Tigers had given up this season.

Clemson’s offense continued to struggle, scoring 21 points or less for a fifth consecutive game.

It was a particularly long day for Clemson sophomore quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei, who completed 12-of-25 passes for 128 yards and two interceptions.

Pickett completed 25-of-39 passes and avenged a 52-17 loss at Clemson last season in which he was intercepted four times.

The loss was Clemson’s first by 10 points or more in ACC play since 2014.

Clemson grabbed a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter, capping an 80-yard drive with a one-yard scoring run by freshman running back Phil Mafah.

But Pitt scored two touchdowns in the final 3:18 of the second quarter to take a 14-7 halftime lead. Pickett connected with Jordan Addison for a 23-yard touchdown, then found Taysir Mack all alone behind the Clemson defense for a 39-yard touchdown. Addison’s touchdown catch was his 10th of the season.

The Panthers extended their lead early in the third quarter when SirVocea Dennis intercepted a shovel pass by Uiagalelei and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown.

Taisun Phommachanh replaced Uiagalelei at quarterback and promptly guided the Tigers to a 42-yard field goal by B.T. Potter, but Pitt’s Sam Scarton responded with field goals from 44 and 34 yards to push the Panthers to a 27-10 lead.

Uiagalelei re-entered the game and scored on a six-yard run with 7:56 remaining, but that was the Tigers’ final threat.

–Field Level Media

Oct 10, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Pittsburgh Steelers team orthopedic doctor James Bradley (left) looks at the right arm of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (19) after Smith-Schuster suffered an apparent injury against the Denver Broncos during the second quarter at Heinz Field. Smith-Schuster  would leave the game. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Steelers put WR JuJu Smith-Schuster on IR

The Pittsburgh Steelers officially placed wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster on injured reserve Saturday.

The veteran receiver injured his right shoulder against the Denver Broncos last week, an injury for which he underwent surgery earlier this week. It’s expected that Smith-Schuster will be lost for the rest of the season.

For the season, Smith-Schuster, 24, has 15 receptions for 129 yards and no touchdowns in five games.

A second-round pick in 2017 and a Pro Bowl selection in 2018, Smith-Schuster has 323 career catches for 3,855 yards and 26 touchdowns in 63 games.

–Field Level Media

Sep 19, 2021; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA;  Former Pittsburgh Steelers player Rocky Bleier waves his Terrible Towell before the game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Philip G. Pavely-USA TODAY Sports

Report: Steelers fan spreads ashes at Heinz Field without permission

Teams visiting Heinz Field may have more to worry about than terrible towels.

According to reporting from WTAE in Pittsburgh, a Steelers fan dumped the ashes of a deceased family member in the south end zone of the field.

A Steelers spokesperson wanted to make it known that the fan in question did not have permission to do so, nor do the Steelers ever accommodate similar requests.

“Heinz Field Management does not permit or condone such actions,” a statement from the team read. “While we respect those fans who may be interested in honoring a family member by spreading their family’s ashes inside the stadium, Heinz Field cannot accommodate those requests due to state and local regulations.”

At least one fan complained to the network that the remains blew onto him and into people’s food.

“There is no hazard with them,” Bob Neely, an area funeral director said. “It’s been heated up to a point where there is no disease left, there is nothing there you just have fine particles … but you have a fairly good amount that can come out of an urn.”

–Field Level Media