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Pitt coach Chryst expected to take Wisconsin job

By Jerry DiPaola
Not long after practice ended Tuesday, Paul Chryst gathered his players around him in the center of the indoor training complex. It was time to ...

Rossi: It’s OK if Pitt coaches don’t stay
By Rob Rossi
Now seems like the last chance to thank Paul Chryst for whatever memories he created at Pitt. After all, a college football coach doesn’t take ...
Pitt basketball’s fortunes turn on defense
By John Harris
In case his message gets lost in translation, Pitt coach Jamie Dixon will continue reminding his players how passionate he is about defense. Those who play ...
Coach Chryst continues his Pitt football duties amid an uncertain future
By Jerry DiPaola
Paul Chryst continued representing the Pitt football program Monday, this time in Fort Worth, Texas, at a news conference hyping the Armed Forces Bowl. Pitt will ...
Pitt dodges a bullet, edges St. Bonaventure
By John Harris
The numbers indicate otherwise, but it was a beautiful game if you were Pitt coach Jamie Dixon because his team played excellent defense for the ...
Pitt recruit: Chryst seeking changes, could stay
By Jerry DiPaola
Prized running back recruit Darrin Hall said Saturday he was told by Pitt football officials that coach Paul Chryst could stay if the university affords him changes. “They have the impression he’s staying there,” Hall said of his conversations last week with running backs coach John Settle and director of ...
Chryst could leave for Wisconsin, but Pitt AD hopes he won’t
By Jerry DiPaola
University of Pittsburgh Athletic Director Steve Pederson said Friday he hopes coach Paul Chryst chooses to stay with the Panthers amid multiple national reports that ...
Pitt AD: There is a ‘chance’ football coach will stay
By Jerry DiPaola
The difference is stunning. Pitt football players were laughing and joking with each other Friday after practice, apparently at ease with the way coach Paul Chryst ...
If Chryst leaves Pitt, list of potential replacements is varied
By Staff Reports
THEY MAKE SENSE Tom Bradley Age: 58 Current job: West Virginia defensive line coach The skinny: Bradley has interviewed for the job in the past and has enjoyed success with the West Virginia defense after 37 years at Penn State, 33 as an assistant to Joe Paterno. Was Nittany ...
Rossi: Football failures fall on Pitt AD
By Rob Rossi
Somewhere there is an athletic director who knows how to successfully hire a college football coach. That place apparently isn’t the University of Pittsburgh. Steve ...
Central Valley star Whitehead sticking with Pitt, won’t enroll early
By Kevin Gorman
HERSHEY — Central Valley star Jordan Whitehead, Pitt’s marquee recruit from the Class of 2015, said he plans to honor his commitment to the Panthers ...
Pitt hoops put on upset alert
By John Harris
A large number of upsets in college basketball this season provided a wake-up call for Pitt and other traditional major-college programs. Teams from non-Power 5 conferences ...
Analysis: Stay or leave, Pitt football coach Chryst did his job
By Jerry DiPaola
Pitt coach Paul Chryst lives his life tied to a strict sense of order: family, religion, football. With the occasional backyard barbecue with his players ...
Pitt’s Wright ready for extended action after injury
By John Harris
Pitt senior guard Cameron Wright will receive his first extended playing time of the season against St. Bonaventure on Saturday at Petersen Events Center and could start, coach Jamie Dixon said. Wright, who missed the first seven games after suffering a broken left foot in September, played about a minute in ...
Pitt’s Conner named ACC player of the year
By Jerry DiPaola
ACC coaches agreed with the media Wednesday when they voted Pitt running back James Conner the conference player of the year. Conner, who led the ACC ...
Starkey: Like Chryst, Pitt’s Conner should have choice
By Joe Starkey
Hasn’t James Conner done enough? Pitt’s star running back has put himself through a human shredder in two seasons of college football. He has carried ...