Pitt Football

Pat Narduzzi: Our Defense Wants To Be Even BetterPat Narduzzi was very pleased with Pitt's effort - especially when it came to the players on the defensive side of the ball.
Tyler Boyd Named ACC Receiver Of The WeekNo stranger to winning awards, Pitt wide receiver Tyler Boyd has another one to add to his trophy case.
Pat Narduzzi On Who Will Start At Quarterback: 'You'll Probably Find Out On Gameday'As he gets ready for their upcoming game at Iowa, Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi joined Starkey and Mueller to discuss which Quarterback will be under center during their first possession.
Panthers Are Looking For Payback In Home OpenerIn 2012, Paul Chryst opened his first season as the head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh in the form of a 31-17 upset against Youngstown State.
Pitt QB Chad Voytik: 'We're Stronger Now Than Ever'Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik joined "The Fan Morning Show" to talk about the team with the season-opener just eight days away.
Pitt Football Unveils New, Upgraded FacilitiesEarlier this month, we gave you a sneak peek at what Pat Narduzzi was up to in terms of upgrading the team's facilities.
Narduzzi Reluctant To Guarantee Starting PositionsThe Pitt Football team is not yet in full pads, but, Wednesday at Pitt's South Side practice facility, there was more contact than in previous days at camp.
Narduzzi Lays Out Goals In Day Two Of CampSince arriving at Pitt in December, new Panthers head coach Pat Narduzzi has wowed reporters and fans with his displayed enthusiasm and organization in press conferences.
Pitt's Holtz, Officer Added To Preseason Watch ListsTwo of Pitt's big-bodied offensive standouts were named yesterday to preseason award watch lists for their respective positions.
Pitt AD Scott Barnes: We Want To Play Penn State & WVU...With 1 CatchPitt Athletic Director Scott Barnes joined Chris Mack, Josh Miller, and Jim Colony in-studio on "The Fan Morning Show" Tuesday to talk about his plans for the program, and much of the discussion centered around his school's football program.
Pitt's James Conner Named One Of Nation's 15 Scariest College PlayersIt 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."
Pitt Football Has 2 Preseason All-AmericansJames 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.