Spring Notebook: Safety in the Blitz

PITTSBURGH -- The University of Pittsburgh's final football practice Thursday afternoon at the UPMC Sports Complex ended with a highly-spirited goal-line situation where the offense was more successful than the defense.
April 12, 2007

Spring Outlook: Wide Receivers/Tight Ends

The University of Pittsburgh enters spring practice missing its top tight end and wide receiver from 2005. Greg Lee decided to enter the NLF draft with a year of eligibility remaining. Eric Gill ended a solid four year career with the Panthers. Who will fill their shoes? Read on!
March 14, 2006

Legacy commits to Wannstedt

Dave Wannstedt hit the ground running, ever since being hired as the head coach at the University of Pittsburgh. The new Panther staff will seemingly have a heavy emphasis recruiting in Florida and Western Pennsylvania. Wannstedt has landed four Florida players, and over the weekend he landed his third WPIAL product.
January 25, 2005

Pa.'s Pelusi Has Serious Skills

Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic is ranked #1 in state and #7 in the Nation. Central Catholic is known for its production of D-1 tight end prospects and 2004 is no different. <b>John Pelusi</b> is next in a long line of top notch Central Catholic tight ends. We asked Central Catholic head coach Art Walker what Pelusi brings to the table and if he has any idea where John is going to play his college football.
October 27, 2004

Dispels All Of The Rumors

There have been many rumors circulating about the son of John Pelusi, the starting center on Pitt's 1976 national champion squad. We have heard he doesn't want to go to Pitt. Pitt has no shot…etc. The easiest way to quell any rumor is to go straight to the source and ask him, that's just what Scout.com did recently. Here is the story straight from John Pelusi Jr.
October 13, 2004