Here's who stood out the most in the Irish's triple-overtime win:
Everett Golson, QB: Golson was removed from a home game, the way he has been in every single home game he has started so far. But he responded to it well, finishing the game 23-of-42 for 227 yards with two touchdowns and one pick. He added 74 rushing yards on 15 carries, including the game-winning 1-yard plunge in the Irish's 29-26 triple overtime victory against Pitt. His ability to bounce-back from what appeared to be a fateful interception in the end zone with less than 4 minutes remaining says a lot about him.
DaVaris Daniels, WR: Daniels also had arguably the biggest game of his young career, catching seven passes for 86 yards, none bigger than his 45-yard catch late to set up the game-tying touchdown.
Stephon Tuitt, DE: The Irish sacked Tino Sunseri five times Saturday, with Tuitt accounting for 1.5 of them. The sophomore has 10 sacks on the season, and he added a hurry and six total tackles Saturday.