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Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin singled out three players for their performance during week one and also said they must be better in week two if they want to win at Baltimore Thursday night.
In his more than 50 years in the NFL as a player and coach, Dick LeBeau has seen thousands of rookies come into the league.
You will see something you haven’t seen in 13 years Sunday at Heinz Field. As you ponder the possibilities, the answer is a rookie starting on defense. First round pick Ryan Shazier will begin at middle linebacker.
Following a win in Ireland, the Nittany Lions are back in University Park for the home opener against Akron at noon Saturday. James Franklin’s team was able to come back and beat Central Florida 26-24 on a Sam Ficken field goal.
Following a closer than predicted loss to number 2 Alabama, West Virginia’s home opener is Saturday against Towson at 7:30.
The Steelers poor start last year was mirrored by the start from its quarterback. Ben Roethlisberger threw 5 interceptions and was sacked 15 times in the first 4 games, all losses. That has been talked about with this team,“We always want to start fast,” Roethlisberger said.
The ACC honored a couple of Pitt players after the first week of play. Sophomore tailback James Conner named the conference Offensive Back of the Week and senior guard Matt Rotheram named the Offensive Lineman of the Week.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday they will see both starter Brian Hoyer and back-up Johnny Manziel during the season-opener on Sunday.
The best news Pitt Coach Paul Chryst delivered at his weekly news conference is that receiver Tyler Boyd appears good to go at Boston College Friday night.
18 days of Fall Camp is over as Pitt football ended with a Thursday afternoon practice on the South Side. “Pretty good camp, I like the way the guys worked,” said head coach Paul Chryst. “We still have to be a group that continues to improve all season. I like where we’re at right now, relatively healthy.”
The Pitt football team held a vote Tuesday night and named 3 captains for the 2014 season. Senior tackle T.J. Clemmings on offense, safety Ray Vinopal, a senior from Youngstown on defense and junior Nicholas Grigsby on special teams.
After having tremendous success as a multiple state champion at Clairton High School, Pitt receiver Tyler Boyd is a leader again as a sophomore.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was vague as camp in Latrobe closed Thursday as to how much the starters will play Saturday in the home pre-season debut against Buffalo.
Steelers held a morning practice in shorts and their final open practice of the week at St. Vincent College before playing their first pre-season game on KDKA-TV Saturday night at 7:30.