AD Pederson On Pitt Script: ‘That’s Going To Be The Mark On The Helmets For Football For The Future’
Pitt’s game against Georgia Tech is special because it’s Homecoming, but this game will be special for another reason.
Pitt football head coach and former Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst, joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Thursday for his regular weekly spot.
Pitt football freshman defensive lineman Rori Blair out of Upper St. Clair high school suffered a stroke in April 2012 and nearly died from the complications, but now finds himself healthy and a part of a major college football program.
After a start to the season that has him ranked as the nation’s eighth-leading rusher, Pitt running back James Conner has been named to Phil Steele’s Midseason Third Team All-American List.
In a landscape where conference realignment has cost teams and fans their rivalry matchup, Pitt and Notre Dame have found a way to keep theirs alive. It was announced that the Pitt football and Notre Dame programs will continue their rivalry through the 2025 season.
Pitt football players have had big wins during Head Coach Paul Chryst’s tenure, but it’s been following those up that has been a challenge as the Panthers host 5-2 Georgia Tech Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on 93.7 the Fan.
Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik joined Bob Pompeani Saturday after the Panthers 21-16 win over Virginia Tech.
According to reports, Virginia Tech will be without their key defensive end Luther Maddy for their Thursday night matchup with the Pitt Panthers.
Despite a couple of average games, Pitt tailback James Conner is still 5th in division 1 rushing yardage and the sophomore said today he will play some at defensive end Thursday night against Virginia Tech. Conner and head coach Paul Chryst have said since training camp that Conner would get a look there, however he has only played offense to this point in the season.
The Pitt football program has announced their 2015-2016 non-conference dates and ACC opponents that will appear on next years schedule.
After getting off to a hot start this season and then dropping consecutive games to Iowa and Akron, the Pitt football program was looking for some good news, and that good news came through today.
Pitt football’s head coach joins “The Fan Morning Show” for his weekly spot
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.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Pitt football head coach Paul Chryst joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Thursday for his regular weekly spot with the Panthers set to take on Akron at Heinz Field on […]
Conner says he is only focused on being (4-0) after this weekend ends and this will be Pitt’s biggest challenge yet.