2016 NFL Draft: Military Bowl Scouting Preview: Navy vs. Pittsburgh

Navy is lead by do-it-all quarterback Keenan Reynolds, who is one of college football’s most productive players along with being an inspiration on and off the field. He’ll lead the Midshipmen against Tyler Boyd and the Pittsburgh Panthers. By: Patrick Callaway Navy Keenan Reynolds, QB/RB#19, 5’11, 205 Reynolds is the centerpiece of the Navy football program. He is a lean and short...
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December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Coleman Brings the Class to Ten

Sorry, despite being a Sunday night I was out for offline activities and couldn’t do this last night. I won’t lie. That Therran Coleman had West Virginia, Wisconsin and Arizona State among his final five choices makes his decision to come to Pitt just a little more sweeter to me. Coleman made the announcement on local Pittsburgh TV. Not too much drama to it. Even though, Coleman...
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August 31, 2015  |  Discuss

In-Between Practice Notes #4

In-Between Practice Notes #4 Pitt Spring Practice #4, March 21, 2015, Scrimmage Highlights Video: Saturday scrimmage highlight package Here some plays, and thoughts on them, that caught my eye as I watched the tape.  Some will be talked about by the coach and players in the interview below. Every time the #1 Offense was out there it was against the #1 Defense.  From watching the...
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March 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Football Notes, 7/11

Hard to believe the work up to football season is coming quickly. Conference media days in less than two weeks. School media days. The flurry of before the beginning of training camp articles. The insane parsing of the meaning of every padless practice. Good times coming soon. At the ACC media days, Pitt will send Tyler Boyd and Ray Vinopal as the player reps. It’s been quite a while...
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July 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Pitt Panthers: Previewing the secondary

Pitt cornerback Lafayette Pitts will need to become a top cornerback this season.   The secondary of the Pitt Panthers is one of the positions with the most continuity from last season to this season. The Panthers lost starting safety Jason Hendricks and corner K’Waun Williams, but for the most part, retained all of their other key players. Here’s a look at the secondary position...
July 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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