Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik joined Bob Pompeani Saturday after the Panthers 21-16 win over Virginia Tech.
Pitt is Pitt — or are we supposed to call them ‘Pittsburgh’ — because they haven’t been able to find good enough players in recent years. And, more to the point, a good enough quarterback.
Pitt broadcaster and former quarterback Pat Bostick previewed the Pitt-Virginia game with Bob Pompeani.
Pitt head coach Paul Chryst said they are dealing with adversity and he could have some players dealing with shaken confidence right now. Adding it’s not unusual when your team is struggling and that tough times will make them grow. The Panthers have lost 2 straight and play at Virginia Saturday night.
Mark Weisman ran for 88 yards and two touchdowns, including a 1-yard plunge with 6:56 remaining as Iowa rallied for a 24-20 win over Pitt on Saturday.
After 3 games the Pitt Panthers rank fourth in the nation in rushing offense. Sophomore James Conner is second in the nation with 544 yards and is just 5 yards from being the best in FBS. So head coach Paul Chryst must be pleased with that part of his of his team.
Pitt survived an early scare from host FIU to remain unbeaten with a 42-25 road victory, improving to 3-0 for the first time since 2009.
The Pitt Panthers continued preparations for Saturday’s game against the FIU Panthers in Miami. Redshirt sophomore Gabe Roberts and redshirt freshman Alex Officer divided time at center, and offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph suggested both will play in place Artie Rowell, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in the Boston College game. Rudolph said rotating centers is “a real possibility, and we wouldn’t be against it.”
James Conner ran for 214 yards and a touchdown to lead Pittsburgh to a 30-20 victory over Boston College on Friday night in the first Atlantic Coast Conference matchup between the former Big East foes.
Pitt beat writer Jerry DiPaola of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review joined Tab Douglas and Joe Rhoades Sunday to recap Pitt’s win over Delaware.
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.”
As Pitt football camp wraps up, Head Coach Paul Chryst named Chad Voytik his starting Quarterback for the upcoming season.
As they gear up for camp, Pitt football running back James Conner and center Artie Rowell found themselves in-studio talking with Starkey and Mueller about the upcoming season, who to keep an eye on and the impression Aaron Donald has left on the program.
Pitt broadcaster Pat Bostick Joined The Fan Morning Show Monday to give a report from ACC Media Days.
Rowell says it’s nice to be returning to the same system with 4 returning guys up front and some special weapons on offense.