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Pitt football notebook: Week 7

Pitt football notebook: Week 7

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

October 19, 2015

With a new coach, quarterback and swagger, the Pitt football team is positioning itself as a conference contender.. Following Staurday’s road win at Georgia Tech, the Panthers are now at the top of the ACC Coastal with a 3-0 conference record, while finding themselves ranked 25th in the Associated P...

Pitt football notebook: Week four

Pitt football notebook: Week four

By Jeremy Tepper / Senior Staff Writer

September 29, 2015

After Week 2’s last-second loss to Iowa, Pitt head football coach Pat Narduzzi and his team had a bye week to lick their wounds and prepare to face Virginia Tech. Now heading into this weekend’s contest against the Hokies, Narduzzi addressed his team’s running offense, starting quarterback an...

Legendary Pitt coach Moore to have major award named in his honor

Legendary Pitt coach Moore to have major award named in his honor

By Dan Sostek / Sports Editor

August 31, 2015

Former Pitt offensive line coach Joe Moore, an unsung hero in the program’s storied history, will have an award formed in his name, according to a release. The Joe Moore Award, launched by the Joe Moore Foundation for Teamwork, will go to the best offensive line unit in the nation. It will be the o...

Penalties again Pitt’s downfall as it loses third straight game

Penalties again Pitt’s downfall as it loses third straight game

By Jasper Wilson / Senior Staff Writer

October 5, 2014

Late in Pitt football’s game against the University of Virginia, a home fan sitting below the press box had a message for the players on the field.“Show some discipline,” he said.His plea came after a skirmish involving players from both teams, but on a night when one of its starting offensive linemen sa...

Column: With season approaching, a few Pitt football storylines to track

Column: With season approaching, a few Pitt football storylines to track

By Dan Sostek / Staff Writer

August 25, 2014

A football coach’s worst enemy is turnovers, both on the field and off. This offseason, Pitt head football coach Paul Chryst faced the latter type often, losing a large number of key players to graduation. Heading into the 2014 season, Chryst and the Panthers are without the dominant force of All-American defensive lineman Aaro...

Football: Trenton Coles to leave Pitt

By Jasper Wilson / Sports Editor

August 20, 2014

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...

Welcome Back: Whether on offense or defense, Conner will be prepared

By Jeremy Tepper / Staff Writer

August 19, 2014

When Pitt football coach Paul Chryst approached running back James Conner about the possibility of also playing defensive end this season, it caught him by surprise. In high school football, it’s common practice for a team’s best players to play extensively on both sides of the ball. But that trend al...

Football: Titus Howard suspended for season

By Jasper Wilson / Sports Editor

August 1, 2014

Pitt football player Titus Howard will miss all of the 2014 season due to suspension, Pitt Athletics announced on Friday.No reason was given for the disciplinary action. Howard, a sophomore cornerback, will remain with and can continue practicing with the team, but cannot compete in any games.Howard...

Football: Defensive end Ejuan Price to miss 2014 season

By Jasper Wilson / Sports Editor

July 16, 2014

Redshirt junior defensive end Ejuan Price will miss the entire 2014 football season as he recovers from surgery for an injury, Pitt Athletics announced Wednesday.Price tore his left pectoral muscle in a team workout on Monday and will undergo surgery today.This medical setback is the latest for Price, w...

Aaron Donald enters NFL

Aaron Donald enters NFL

By Sean Corrado and Ryan Bertonaschi / The Pitt News Staff

May 28, 2014

Aaron Donald, with his one-year-old daughter wedged between his biceps, squared up in front of Savoy Restaurant as family members surrounded him to pose for pictures before his big moment.“Certainly, this is going to be a wonderful experience, and I am just going to make sure I enjoy it,” Donald said before maki...

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