CHAPEL HILL, NC – SEPTEMBER 22: Head coach Pat Narduzzi of the Pittsburgh Panthers watches his team play against the North Carolina Tar Heels during their game at Kenan Stadium on September 22, 2018 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. North Carolina won 38-35. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)Pittsburgh fell at Penn State this afternoon, 17-10, in an ugly game that came down to the final play.The Panthers had a chance to tie the contest with time expiring, though their game-tying heave fell short, giving the Nittany Lions the win.Pitt had a chance to tie the game earlier in the fourth quarter, though head coach Pat Narduzzi opted for a field goal attempt. The kick ended up being missed.Narduzzi is getting crushed for his postgame explanation. When asked why he opted for the FG instead of the fourth-down conversion attempt, he said: “Because you need two scores to win the football game.”Pat Narduzzi on why he opted for a field goal with a fourth and one with five minutes left, down seven‘Because you need two scores to win the football game.’He added that he doesn’t question that decision ‘at all’— Craig Meyer (@CraigMeyerPG) September 14, 2019The explanation is not going over well.Pitt really did try a FG from the one down seven with four minutes leftPat Narduzzi deserves to lose by 28 for the rest of his life— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) September 14, 2019Narduzzi lost me after that horseshit decision— Chris Dokish (@ChrisDokish) September 14, 2019Narduzzi is out of his mind.— Andrew Fillipponi (@ThePoniExpress) September 14, 2019Unless Narduzzi had Pitt +6.5, there’s not an argument to be made on this earth that could convince me that attempting a field goal there was right decision.— pat muldowney (@muldowney) September 14, 2019Narduzzi said he’ll be “dead or retired” the next time Pitt plays Penn St and that’s his attitude? Play not to lose? Brutal.— Andrew Fillipponi (@ThePoniExpress) September 14, 2019As Herm Edwards once said, you play to win the game. Not going for it on that 4th and 1 was a scared move and the explanation isn’t great, either.Pitt (1-2) will face No. 17 UCF next Saturday.