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Narduzzi’s disciplinary actions prove continuing commitment

Narduzzi’s disciplinary actions prove continuing commitment

By Ryan Zimba / Sports Editor

August 29, 2017


Filed under Football, Sports, Sports Columns

With his disciplinary actions against four players at the start of training camp, Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi proved something the past three head coaches weren’t able to. He’s committed to the program — for the long run. The Panthers have had four head coaches since 2010 who left th...

AP ranking a sign of things to come for Pitt football

AP ranking a sign of things to come for Pitt football

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

October 19, 2015


Filed under Football, Sports, Sports Columns

The Chicago Cubs are in the playoffs. Donald Trump is running for president. And Pitt football is ranked in the AP poll. What a time to be alive. Following a win on Saturday at Georgia Tech, head coach Pat Narduzzi and his Pitt Panthers garnered recognition in the Associated Press’ national poll,...

Chryst officially accepts head coaching job at Wisconsin

Chryst officially accepts head coaching job at Wisconsin

By Harrison Kaminsky / News Editor

December 17, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports

After a week of speculation, Paul Chryst has officially resigned as Pitt’s head football coach to accept the same role at his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin.Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez introduced Chryst as Wisconsin’s next football coach at a press conference in Madison, WI at 7 p.m. EST....

Notebook: Young Pitt team benefiting from experience

Notebook: Young Pitt team benefiting from experience

By Ryan Bertonaschi / Senior Staff Writer

October 20, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports

Regardless of its win and loss total, a football team can only grow over the course of a season.Players begin to master a coach’s system and, by January, they’ve learned more about their personal tendencies, as well as those of their teammates’.A team with more underclassmen than any other in Division...

Notebook: Chryst talks Akron loss, explains Garner’s comment

Notebook: Chryst talks Akron loss, explains Garner’s comment

By Ryan Bertonaschi / Senior Staff Writer

September 29, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports

After Pitt’s all-around dismal performance in a 21-10 loss to Akron Saturday, wide receiver Manasseh Garner confidently told reporters something that turned heads and enraged many members of Pitt’s fanbase.“We don’t play for the fans,” Garner said. “We play for each other and for our families. That...

Football drops second straight game, splits non-conference schedule

By Ryan Bertonaschi / Senior Staff Writer

September 27, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports

Five weeks have passed since the start of the college football season, and it’s safe to say that all Division I teams are now in mid-season form.With that, Pitt has learned a lot about itself as a team, and, after dropping its game to Iowa last week 24-20 and bowing to Akron Saturday 21-10, the Pa...

Chryst, Pitt try to stay focused on FIU Saturday

Chryst, Pitt try to stay focused on FIU Saturday

By Ryan Bertonaschi / Senior Staff Writer

September 11, 2014


Filed under Football, Specials, Specials / Fallemployment2014, Sports

It’s no secret that Florida International — Pitt’s opponent this Saturday — was a bad football team last year, and it only projects to finish this season as another bad football team.It’s interesting, too. The program has gained almost as much national recognition in recent years for being so, we...

For Chryst, emphasis on run game

For Chryst, emphasis on run game

By Ryan Bertonaschi / Senior Staff Writer

September 1, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports, Sports Columns

Since Pitt football coach Paul Chryst joined the Panthers in 2012, he’s preached to his players many blue-collar expressions, which have become part of the daily locker room dialogue.One of the most popular phrases among players is “just do your assignment.”Pitt’s offense did exactly that in Sat...

Football: Trenton Coles to leave Pitt

By Jasper Wilson / Sports Editor

August 20, 2014


Filed under Football, Sports

Redshirt sophomore cornerback Trenton Coles, expected to play a key role on defense this year, will transfer.“I appreciate what he’s done,” head coach Paul Chryst said. “He wants a fresh start, and we’re going to do everything we can to help him get to a good place.”The news came after prac...

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