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Punter among nation's best

Pitt senior placekicker/punter Dan Hutchins, one of the country’s most productive specialists, has been named the Big East Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in the Panthers’ 45-1

10/18/2010 - 10:33
PSR Staff
In July, Jabaal Sheard’s future with the Pitt football team was unclear. Charged with assault and suspended indefinitely from the team after an incident in the South Side, it was uncertain when--or whether--Sheard would team up with Greg Romeus to form one of the best defensive end duos in the country.

But a few weeks later, Sheard pled guilty to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct, allowing him to return to the field and put the altercation behind him.

10/17/2010 - 16:41
Lauren Kirschman
Pitt scored on the first play from scrimmage and never looked back, thumping Syracuse 45-14 at the Carrier Dome Saturday afternoon. Tino Sunseri threw four touchdowns to four different receivers and the Panthers defense forced four turnovers as Pitt won their first conference game.

Pitt 45 - Syracuse 14

10/16/2010 - 15:58
Tony DeFazio
Match-up selected "Big East Network Game of the Week"

The Pitt football team’s Oct.

10/11/2010 - 22:50
PSR Staff
A second-half Panthers rally isn't enough as Notre Dame knocks off Pitt 23-17

South Bend, IN—After coming back late in the second half from a 17-point deficit, the Pittsburgh Panthers (2-3) failed to find any kind of momentum on their final two drives of the

10/10/2010 - 00:44
Anthony Jaskulski
Just two months ago, on these very pages, I wrote that Dave Wannstedt was the perfect coach for Pitt’s football program.

Today, in the wake of a difficult start to what was supposed to have been a special season--with mounting problems on and off the field--that idea is being severely tested.

10/05/2010 - 12:56
Tony DeFazio
Tailback, punter named Big East players of the week after FIU win

Pitt sophomore running back Ray Graham has been named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week, while senior placekicker/punter Dan Hutchins earned the league’s Special Teams Player of the Week aw

10/04/2010 - 10:09
PSR Staff
Ray Graham rushed for 277 yards and three touchdowns, leading a Pitt second-half surge as the Panthers downed Florida International 44-17 at Heinz Field.

With star-back Dion Lewis sidelined due to a shoulder injury he suffered earlier in the week, sophomore tailback Graham took on the load of the carries for the Panthers, turning in a care

10/02/2010 - 19:26
Anthony Jaskulski
The Pitt offense put up one of the worst performances of the decade as the Miami Hurricanes routed the Panthers 31-3 at Heinz Field Thursday night.

Nov. 29, 2003, marked the last time Miami made a trip to Heinz Field.

09/24/2010 - 01:46
Anthony Jaskulski
The Panthers picked up their first victory of the season with a 38-16 win over New Hampshire at Heinz Field. Tailback Ray Graham had 116 yards and two touchdowns on just nine carres, and the Pitt defense recorded nine sacks.

Call it a much needed recovery game for Dave Wannstedt's boys.

09/11/2010 - 21:21
Anthony Jaskulski
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