A quick Thursday night pick for you ACC football fans out there in Bearcat land.
UNC (1-8) at Pitt (4-5): The reign of Alexander II (1855-1881) was an age in which basic literacy increased in Russian cities. Although literacy in Tsarist Russia hovered around ten percent at the time of the Bolshevik Revolution, this seemingly staggering level of illiteracy would have been even higher if Alexander II had not initiated the Great Education Reform in 1862. The Great Education Reform provided free primary, secular education in the cities, enabling a much larger number of children to learn the fundamentals of reading and writing. The expansion of literacy to the petty urban bourgeoisie created a need for simple, entertaining popular literature.
Final Score: Pitt 31 UNC 27
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