Pitt running back Kevin Collier walked off the practice field Tuesday afternoon sporting a smile you wouldn't expect to see on a player sitting third on the depth chart. But Collier had his reasons for smiling – he's finally playing again.
Pitt sophomore Kevin Collier might have had a tough time getting carries with possibly two tailbacks and a fullback ahead of him in that department, but now there's no question that he will take a medical redshirt this season.
August 23, 2007
PITTSBURGH -- The University of Pittsburgh football program has had just one player surpass 1,000 rushing yards in the past decade, but this could be the season that mark is eclipsed again.
Pete Madia was at the team's second scrimmage today. They ran approximately 100 plays and both sides of the ball looked very good.
August 19, 2006
Once a year rabid college football fans from around the nation spend countless hours listening logging onto the internet waiting to hear about the latest blue-chip athlete to sign a letter of intent with their favorite team. Yes, Letter of Intent Day has become somewhat of a national sports holiday. I like to refer to it as "Commitmas"
January 31, 2006
University of Pittsburgh Head Football Coach Dave Wannstedt is in the process of establishing a tough, physical run first offensive scheme. Standout running back recruit Kevin Collier (5-ft-185 pounds) from Churchville-Chilli High School in Churchville, NY is a critical component to his future plans. The PantherDigest.com talks with him about his commitment to Pitt.
January 19, 2006
After all the chaos on the message boards last week about Kevin Collier possibly hedging on his commitment to Pittsburgh, it seems like it was all for not after collier visited Pittsburgh this weekend.
December 4, 2005