Former Pitt Panthers head coach Dave Wannstedt responded to the Sports Illustrated/CBS News report that showed Pitt was the nation’s top-ranked team when it came to players getting into trouble with the law.
Pitt’s athletic department is not denying that the CBS News/Sports Illustrated investigation that found that the university’s football team led the nation in crime. However, the sports department is saying there’s a new emphasis with head coach Todd Graham to field a team that is crime-free.
New Pitt Football Head Coach Todd Graham joined the Seibel and Starkey Show on Sportsradio 93.7 The FAN following his press conference to discuss what he’s looking to accomplish at Pitt.
It wasn’t supposed to be Todd Graham accepting this job. That honor was destined for Tom Bradley. I guess it was never really in the cards. Bradley was never going to get the Pitt job. I should have known better to think that Pitt officials would hand the keys of their sports car over to a Penn State guy.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A few more details have emerged in Pitt’s search for their next head coach. Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson has reportedly talked to more than just Tom Bradley and Sal Sunseri. Reportedly, […]
Lest anyone think that Tom Bradley won’t become the next head football coach at Pitt , I’m here to tell you he will.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — If Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson can fire Dave Wannstedt for the football team’s most recent failures, he should be subject to the same standards.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — If you want to play for new Pitt head football coach Mike Haywood you better start beefing up on your horror movies.
Michael Haywood was intorduced as the next head football coach of the University of Pittsburgh on Thursday, just 10 days after Dave Wannstedt was shown the door by Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — The University of Pittsburgh introduced Mike Haywood as its 35th head football coach Thursday afternoon. Here’s what Haywood had to say.
It seemed like the only person who was shocked by the events of Tuesday at the UPMC Sports Complex on Pittsburgh’s South Side was Dave Wannstedt himself.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Current Pitt football players filled a press conference set up to announce Dave Wannstedt’s resignation as head coach.