Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd politely disagreed with offensive coordinator Charley Molnar's assessment that Pittsburgh was not double covering the receiver in Saturday's 15-12 road win.
Floyd was held to a season-low four receptions for 27 yards, and his last catch didn't come until late in the fourth quarter after starting with three catches on the first drive.
"Well, to me I thought it was double coverage," Floyd said of Molnar's comment that the Panthers were using a hybrid offense to cover the receiver. "I guess the coach and me see eye-to-eye kind of different. I thought it was double coverage.
"But, like I said, I'm just trying to do whatever I can to get as many people occupied on me so that opens up space for other wide receivers."
Floyd said there is not much he can do as a receiver beside run his route precisely when he has two defenders on him and hope that it frees up someone else for Notre Dame to make a play.
But the senior did hint at being able to do some things to get open, but he wouldn't share the trade secrets.
"There's a few tricks that I can't really say to the tricks," Floyd said. "They're my own things that are in my arsenal. I just try to keep it a secret."