Pitt Offers 2018 LB Will Honas Published on November 16, 2017 The Pitt football team had issues with depth at the inside linebacker position this year. Sophomore Saleem Brightwell was moved inside when Quintin Wirginis was suspended for three games and then suffered a season ending injury. The plan is for Wirginis to return in 2018 but Pitt still needs to add more depth and just offered a player that would help with that. Last night, Pitt extended an offer to Butler County C.C. (El Dorado,...
“Don’t stumble over something behind you.”
That phrase can be applied to where the Pitt Football program currently finds itself. Don’t dwell on the past, fix what’s wrong. For the first two years of his regime, Pat Narduzzi brought enthusiasm and hope. Pitt fans truly believed the University hit a grand slam with his hiring and good times were ahead.
4-Star RB Blake Corum to Visit Pitt Thursday Published on November 8, 2017 The Pitt football program will play on national television tomorrow night as they host North Carolina at Heinz Field. Aside from playing in front of a national audience, the Panthers will also be playing in front of a national recruit. Blake Corum is a sophomore running back from Laurel, Maryland and tells PSN he’ll be making his first visit to Pittsburgh tomorrow night. Corum (5-9, 180) is a 4-star back who received...
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Selecting a term
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