Two of Pitt’s big-bodied offensive standouts were named yesterday to preseason award watch lists for their respective positions.
Pitt 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.
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.
As he continues to gear up and retool the roster left for him by Paul Chryst, new Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi has announced the addition of three players to the program who are transferring from other schools.
The much-anticipated debut of the Pat Narduzzi era at Pitt finally has a start time.
Pitt football head coach Pat Narduzzi joined “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday, fresh off his first trip to the ACC meetings as Pitt’s head coach.
Around these parts, fans are very aware of the large amount of NFL talent the University of Pittsburgh puts out.
Your flagship home for Pitt Football, Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN, will have wall-to-wall coverage of the Pitt spring game coming up on Saturday, April 18th.
After eight of 15 spring football practices, University of Pittsburgh head football coach Pat Narduzzi said he is very happy with how the team responded this week, but he still isn’t completely satisfied.
New Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi is still somewhat of a mystery to many football fans, but you can get a behind-the-scenes look at how he’s handling his first set of spring drills with his team.
It takes a special athlete to accomplish what Pitt wide receiver Tyler Boyd has done in his first two years with the Panthers, and now you can see what it’s like to possess that kind of skill.
With an opening on their future schedule, the Pitt football program has scheduled a home-and-home with an SEC opponent.
As the Pitt football program opens up their spring camp practices under first year head coach Pat Narduzzi, a lot of the focus will be on Quarterback Chad Voytik.