With all of their National Letter’s of Intent signed, the Pitt football program and new head coach Pat Narudzzi have unveiled their 2015 recruiting class including the top recruit in Pennsylvania, Jordan Whitehead out of Central Valley High School.
Marino says being stable with the coaching staff is what Pitt football needs most.
Walk past Jim Tomsula on East Carson Street and he looks like a guy headed into a bar for a fish “sammich” and a bottle of beer — but not the fancy kind, just a regular beer.
Pens coach Mike Johnston joins The Fan Morning Show to look ahead to the second half of the season
Narduzzi says today is the beginning of a dream come true for him. He says this is the job he wanted.
Jim Comparoni of SpartanMag.com joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to share insight on Pitt’s search for a new head football coach, as numerous outlets reported Tuesday that Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi will assume the head coaching role at Pitt.
It appears Pat Narduzzi is about to become the next head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh.
With Wisconsin finally officially naming Paul Chryst as their next head football coach, there is now word that the University of Pittsburgh has removed Steve Pederson as their athletic director.
Some sweeping changes took place within the University of Pittsburgh’s athletic department on Wednesday.
Coming off his teams 27-20 victory over the Atlanta Falcons, head coach Mike Tomlin held his weekly meeting with the media.
It appears that the Pitt Panthers will be in need of a new head football coach.
The Florida Gators won’t have their head coach Will Muschamp back next year. After a struggling season, the coach is out after the final two games of the regular season vs. Eastern Kentucky and Florida State.
A local high school football coach resigned Monday morning, citing safety concerns for his team.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ head coach Mike Johnston joined the Starkey and Mueller show Thursday to discuss his plans for the team moving forward.
Rutherford says hiring Johnston is the first of many more moves to come