Narduzzi says today is the beginning of a dream come true for him. He says this is the job he wanted.
It appears Pat Narduzzi is about to become the next head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh.
Some fans had been calling for Steve Pederson to be removed for years. Once the news broke of his dismissal, Pitt fans took to Twitter with plenty of clever quips.
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.
Fox Sports College Football Expert Bruce Feldman joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to talk about Pitt’s search for their next head coach and said the firing of Athletic Director Steve Pederson will go a long way in bringing in a good coach.
Some sweeping changes took place within the University of Pittsburgh’s athletic department on Wednesday.
With Paul Chryst possibly being named the next head coach at Wisconsin, the rumors have already begun swirling as to who Pitt will hire to replace him.
Paul Chryst is reportedly flying to Wisconsin today, which may signify a move to become the next head coach of the Badgers.
It appears that the Pitt Panthers will be in need of a new head football coach.
WTMJ Reporter Doug Russell tells the Cook and Poni Show that Chryst meets all the criteria that Wisconsin is looking for and he is above a 50/50 chance to get the job.
Oregon State lost its head coach to Nebraska last week and today they surprised many by getting Gary Anderson to leave Wisconsin after just 2 seasons and become the Beavers next head coach. This move will start rumors that the Badgers will be interested in former Wisconsin player and coach, current Pitt head coach Paul Chryst.
Pederson says the decision is out of their hands but they are pushing for this game to happen,
Although Pitt has been bowl eligible for seven consecutive seasons, some of those seasons have been filled with heartbreaking games.
Former Pitt Panther Aaron Donald made a name for himself during his college playing days and has shown that he’s capable of that same level of domination at the pro level.
Pitt football head coach Paul Chryst joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to preview the Miami game.