Fulmer Needs Surgery Again

The dreaded injury bug has bitten Doug Fulmer once again.
August 12, 2008

Fulmer Still Out; Wanny Says Not Serious

Redshirt junior defensive end Doug Fulmer hasn't played much football in the past two seasons due to left ankle and right knee surgeries, just four games in 2006, and after a tough opening workout Tuesday hasn't been back on the field the past two days during Pitt's training camp practices.
August 7, 2008

Fulmer is Back and Motivated

It's been three years since his arrival on campus – an arrival anticipated by many. But injuries plagued him early in his career at Pitt. First it was an ankle, and then it was an ACL. But after being sidelined for two years, Doug Fulmer is finally ready to go.
April 18, 2008

Pitt Practice Report Seven

Pitt welcomed back two of their injured defensive linemen at today's practice. The Panthers tuned up without pads for one final time before having their first full-pad, full-contact scrimmage tomorrow afternoon.
April 4, 2008

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

Panthers lead for NY safety

The University of Pittsburgh recently added two of the top players from the state of New York when defensive end McKenzie Mathews and running back Kevin Collier joined Pitt's 2006 recruiting class. It appears that the Panthers are once again leading for a top prospect from the same state.
February 16, 2006

Pittsburgh lands another NY standout

The University of Pittsburgh has landed their second standout from Central (N.Y.) The Panthers previously landed Paul V. Moore running back Irvan Brown. New York football is on the rise and the Panthers will need to recruit heavily, and having a foundation is critical.
January 6, 2005