Trainer Sir Michael Stoute has led tributes to Walter Swinburn, calling him naturally gifted rider with a God-given talent after the death of the former jockey and trainer at the age of 55.Forever associated with the Stoute-trained extraordinary 1981 Derby winner Shergar, Swinburn suffered with weight issues throughout a glittering career in the saddle.Yet despite his problems, he will always be remembered as a brilliant jockey and a man for the big occasion.He was always totally unfazed, Stoute told At The Races.Id drive him to the races and he slept the whole way there. He had a remarkable temperament for the big day.He was just a naturally gifted rider with a God-given talent. The big days turned him on.We had a great relationship. Of course there were many times when he drove me absolutely mad, but he just had this unique talent.We loved him riding the horses and he had a great relationship with the staff over a long period.He always had to work very hard on his weight.There was a vulnerability, but that maybe comes when you have as much talent as he did.Swinburn suffered severe head and chest injuries in a fall at Sha Tin racecourse in 1996 and was placed in a coma for four days.He returned to action within six months, and at the end of the year won the Breeders Cup Turf on the Stoute-trained Pilsudski.I think the win on Pilsudski gave him a great deal of satisfaction, that was a great day for us at Woodbine, Stoute said.Swinburn enjoyed many fine days in the colours of Cheveley Park Stud, whose managing director Chris Richardson said: I am shocked at the news.Walter was an integral part for David and Patricia Thompsons Cheveley Park Stud success in the 1990s.Wonderful memories of Gay Gallanta and Exclusives Group One successes, to name but two.Leading French trainer Criquette Head-Maarek described Swinburn as one of the greatest ever jockeys.Head-Maarek and Swinburn developed a fruitful association in the 1990s, most notably with Hatoof, on whom the rider won the 1000 Guineas and the Champion Stakes at Newmarket.He was such a talented rider. He had really soft hands and had fantastic judgement during races, Head-Maarek said.Walter was a great boy and it is such a young age that he has died.When you like someone, you never want them to leave.In my opinion, I think he was one of the greatest ever jockeys.Nicknamed the Choirboy, he partnered Shergar to Derby glory at the age of 19 - one of three winners for Swinburn in the Epsom Classic alongside Shahrastani (1986) and Lammtarra (1995).Swinburn also won the 1983 Prix de lArc de Triomphe on the filly All Along, trained by Patrick Biancone.Shergar and Swinburn went on to claim the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot in their Derby-winning year. Yeezy 350 V2 Antlia Pas Cher . U.S. District Judge Lorna G. Schofield in Manhattan agreed that lawyers on both sides could make their formal requests by Nov. 8. A hearing is scheduled for a day earlier. 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Pitt has dropped two straight following a cathartic victory over Penn State on Sept. 10. Both losses came in the final moments on the road against quality teams, including a 37-36 setback at North Carolina last week in which the Panthers let a 13-point fourth-quarter lead slip away and gave up the winning touchdown pass with 2 seconds to go.For a team that preached the importance of finishing during the offseason -- and starts the fourth quarter of every game jumping out and down as if paying tribute to early `90s hip-hop group House of Pain -- theres still work to be done.Still, Narduzzi insists his players havent lost any of their swag. Theyre fine.Maybe, but Pitts defense has lost its way at critical times. The Panthers are 127th in the country (out of 128 teams) in pass defense and are giving up 40.1 points per game against Power Five schools. Those numbers have to change and change quickly if Pitt wants to be considered a serious threat in the ACC Coastal Division.The Thundering Herd have their own issues on defense, giving up 65 and 59 points in consecutive weeks. Yet they can score too. Things to look for as another potential shootout looms.FAMILIAR FACE: Marshall coach Doc Holliday spent years facing the Panthers while working as an assistant coach at West Virginia. Holliday declined to get into specifics about his memories of participating in the Backyard Brawl rivalry between the Mounttaineers and the Panthers.ddddddddddddWe did play them a lot, Holliday said. We won some. They won some.STAYING AGGRESSIVE: One of the reasons Pitts defense wore down late against the Tar Heels is because it spent a ton of time on the field after the offense went stagnant in the fourth quarter. The Panthers have been outscored 39-17 in the fourth quarter on the season. A little more balance on offense -- which has run for 998 yards and passed for 643 through four weeks -- would help.Were doing a great job running the football, Narduzzi said. We can do a little better job throwing the football, but not much better. Its a couple plays here and there.BACK AT WORK: Marshall QB Chase Litton will start after missing a loss to No. 3 Louisville last week with an undisclosed injury. Litton has passed for 10 touchdowns against three interceptions and is more of a pocket passer than replacement Garet Morrell. Litton will be joined in the backfield by Tony Pittman, who will get a start after rushing for 54 yards against the Cardinals.Whoever is on the field for Marshalls offense needs to help improve the teams third-down conversion rate. The Thundering Herd are turning just 23 percent of their third downs into first downs.Our goal is to be around 50 percent on third-down conversions, Holliday said. Normally, were there. Weve got to get better in a lot of areas, and third-down conversions are one of them, not only offensively, but defensively.CH-CH-CHANGES?: Narduzzi believes Pitts problems in the secondary come down to small details, not major mental mistakes. Still, he hinted at injecting some new blood to provide a spark.Theres always time to shake things up a little bit and well shake things up, Narduzzi said. Im still a firm believer that we have a lot of the right players on the field and its our job as coaches to get them to do it the right way. We can do a better job coaching.---AP Sports Writer John Raby in Charleston, West Virginia, contributed to this report.---AP college football site: www.collegefootball.ap.org ' ' '