It should come as no real surprise that a running back listed at six-foot-two-inches and 250-pounds made a list of college football’s “scariest players.”
James Conner is the reigning ACC Player of the Year and Tyler Boyd is coming off one of the most dynamic seasons in the country and both are being recognized as two of the biggest impact players headed into the 2015 season.
Everyone expects Pitt football to have multiple players on award watch lists this year as running back James Conner and wide receiver Tyler Boyd are amongst the best at their position in the nation. Now, another Pitt player is getting recognized for his talent.
The Pitt football program had some of the top talent in the ACC last year in running back James Conner and wide receiver Tyler Boyd. That won’t change heading into the 2015 season, according to AthlonSports.com
There are many questions to be answered about what kind of head coach Pat Narduzzi will be at Pitt, but at least one college football analyst is saying he’s turning heads for all the right reasons.
Pitt running back James Conner joined “The Fan Morning Show” Wednesday to talk about his team’s offseason training under first-year head coach Pat Narduzzi.
Since new Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi announced the hiring of new offensive coordinator Jim Chaney, many have wondered what the new offense would look like
Narduzzi says he is not worried about the past but worried about giving these players the best chance to win.
Greg Ward threw three touchdowns in the final 3:41 of the Armed Forces Bowl, two after Houston recovered onside kicks, and completed a game-winning 2-point conversion as the Cougars beat Pittsburgh 35-34 with an improbable comeback Friday.
You can add another achievement to the mantle of Pitt running back James Conner as he was named to the 26-player American Football Coaches Association All-American Team.
Coming off a year in which he ran for 1,675 yards and 24 touchdowns on 277 carries and broke longstanding Pitt rushing records, running back James Conner has been named the ACC Player of the Year in the coaches vote.
Coming off a year in which he ran for 1,675 yards and 24 touchdowns on 277 carries and broke longstanding Pitt rushing records, running back James Conner has been named the ACC Player of the Year.
Despite a year in which they finished the season with a mediocre record of 6-6, this season brought the Panthers a number of strong individual performances which have now been recognized on the All-ACC team.
James Conner ran for two touchdowns and broke three of Tony Dorsett’s records, Pittsburgh secured bowl eligibility by beating Miami 35-23 on Saturday night in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Pitt football head coach Paul Chryst joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to preview the Miami game.