With all of their National Letter’s of Intent signed, the Pitt football program and new head coach Pat Narudzzi have unveiled their 2015 recruiting class including the top recruit in Pennsylvania, Jordan Whitehead out of Central Valley High School.
On National Letter of Intent day for high school recruits, Trey Scott of 24/7 Sports has taken a look back at where some of today’s NFL stars were back during their high school days.
With college football’s national letter of intent day coming up on Wednesday the 3rd, Starkey and Mueller talked to Rivals National Recruiting Director Mike Farrell about Pitt and Penn State’s recruiting class.
Pitt Football has announced their schedule and dates for the first season under new head coach Pat Narduzzi.
According to Steve Wiltfong of 247 Sports, Pitt has landed a two-star wide receiver from Texas.
According to his own Twitter feed, Pine-Richland Quarterback Ben DiNucci has decommitted from UPENN and has committed to Pat Narduzzi and the Pitt Panthers.
Since Pat Narduzzi assembled his staff, there has been much fan fare on Twitter from them as they hit the recruiting trail and the celebration of their recruits has drawn the ire of some Penn State coaches.
About a month after he was named the new football head coach at Pitt, Pat Narduzzi has announced the final hiring that completes his staff.
The new Pitt coaching staff is hitting the recruiting trail hard and it appears no player is off limits.
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
As you read here earlier in the week, new Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi has hired Arkansas offensive coordinator Jim Chaney to run his offense here at Pitt.
For decades, Western Pennsylvania has produced elite football talent. Johnny Unitas, Joe Montana, Dan Marino — to name a few.
Nutt tells The Fan Morning Show that Pitt football can return to its former glory
Former Pitt star and St. Louis Rams rookie Aaron Donald was no stranger to stacking up awards during his college days, and just one year into his NFL career, that trend continues.
Known for being a defensive minded coach, one of the most important hires for Pat Narduzzi’s staff at Pitt was going to be his offensive coordinator.