Found November 19, 2012 on Blue Cougar Football:
The big head-to-head showdown of former Brigham Young Cougars in the Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers game was cut short when Baltimore TE Dennis Pitta left the game with a concussion. Brett Keisel played the whole game on the other side for the Steelers. A week after being cut by the Oakland Raiders, Vic So'oto was back on an NFL roster.  Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens, Tight EndPitta left the game in the first quarter with a concussion. Before leaving, Pitta made one reception on the Ravens’ opening drive.  The Ravens offense could have used Pitta’s presence. They had just 164 yards passing. Thanks to the defense, the Ravens held on to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10. StatsThis week: 1 receptions, 5 yardsSeason: 38 receptions, 381 yards, 3 touchdownsBaltimore Ravens: 8-2Next: at San Diego Chargers, November 25Brett Keisel, Pittsburgh Steelers, Defensive EndKeisel was a force very early, again, in the game. He was in the backfield on the very first play to disrupt a pass...
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