After Wednesday night’s 67-63 loss at the hands of Miami that has just about killed the Pitt basketball teams chances of making the NCAA Tournament, the Panthers could use some good news.
Despite just putting the wraps on their first recruiting class here at Pitt, new head coach Pat Narduzzi and his staff have wasted no time in putting together their 2016 recruiting class.
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.
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.
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A letter was apparently mistakenly sent to former coach and convicted child abuser Jerry Sandusky, asking him to renew his season tickets.
It’s happened few times over the past several months.
Early Wednesday morning, a man was spotted hanging up KKK fliers and leaving them on the windshields of vehicles.
There is outrage in Emsworth after someone posted signs trying to recruit people to join the KKK. Police say the signs aren’t illegal, so people in the neighborhood are taking some action of their own.
New Penn State Head Coach James Franklin made it known right away that he wanted to “dominate the state” when it came to recruiting, but Franklin has been all over the map taking some top recruits from other states as well.
Pitt beat writer for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jerry DiPaola joined Tab Douglas on Sunday to give an early outlook on the Panthers.
Pitt football head coach Paul Chryst wrapped up his recruiting class today and then joined Starkey and Mueller to tell the guys what he thinks about the players they’ve brought in and Penn State head coach James Franklin’s claim that they’d own the state of Pennsylvania.
West Virginia made an impact in the local recruiting base when they got a commitment from Aliquippa defensive back Dravon Henry, who many were hoping would go to Pitt.
Chris Peak of Panther Lair joined Starkey and Miller to talk about the major blow to Paul Chryst’s upcoming recruiting class as their top Quarterback recruit, Wade Freebeck who has switched his commitment to Vanderbilt.
Recently-hired Penn State football coach James Franklin took time out of his extremely hectic schedule on Friday morning at 6:20 a.m. to make an impromptu guest appearance on The Fan Morning Show.