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03/17/14 - (QB) - Tom Savage, rSr, 6-4, 228
2014 Pro Days: Pittsburgh DT Donald continues climb...Quarterback Tom Savage, who could be a late-round riser, went through a scripted workout of 100 passes. Savage (6-4, 228), has the arm strength to be at least a quality backup. A two-time transfer, Savage said he patiently explains to scouts that his travels should not be a red flag. But his limited experience against FBS defenses do complicate Savage's evaluation. Savage, who also attended Rutgers and Arizona, said it doesn't have to be a negative.

"I've been in three different systems, probably four or five different offensive coordinators. I don't even know anymore I've been to so many schools," Savage said. "You kind of have to pick it up on the run. You have to learn on your own. At Pittsburgh, I had to walk on and earn my spot. I had to pick up the offense and learn it by myself. Being ineligible you can't offer to much to the team. You really have to grind in the film room and pick it up on your own, kind of like the NFL will be. There will be veterans that know the playbook. They're not going to slow down for some rookie." - The Sports Xchange

02/27/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 NFL COMBINE: 10 TAKEAWAYS FROM INDIANAPOLIS: 5. Pittsburgh's Aaron Donald stole Clowney's spotlight, dazzling during combine drills the same way he did throughout the 2013 season. Thought to be undersized at 6-0, 285 at Pittsburgh, played big last season and is getting bigger in the post-season. His explosive power was obvious in games, were be blew up the line of scrimmage and led the nation with average sacks per game (1.6) and tackles for loss (2.4). On Monday, he showed why. He blasted through 40 yards in 4.68, had a 32-inch vertical and benched 225 pounds 35 times. This should validate that this mighty mite of an interior lineman -- think John Randle skill set -- could move up in the first round of the draft. - The Sports Xchange


02/20/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 NFL Draft Scout Pre-Combine Top 64 Prospects: 22. Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh, 6-1, 288, 4.93, 1...Donald was the most dominant and decorated defensive college football player in 2013 after totaling 59 tackles, including 28.5 for a loss, 11 sacks, 16 QB hurries, four forced fumbles and a blocked extra point. Per NFLDraftScout.com, he was an unblockable force from his defensive tackle position despite an array of schemes designed to slow him down. He was the the first Pitt defensive player to be a unanimous All-America selection since legendary defensive end Hugh Green in 1980. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange


02/17/14 - (QB) - Tom Savage, rSr, 6-4, 228
In that (Nov. 23 Syracuse) game, Savage took a vicious hit in the ribs but played through the pain. A week later, he threw for 281 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Miami. Then, in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against Bowling Green on Dec. 26, Savage was hit near the same spot and was forced to leave the game with fractured ribs and, as it turned out, a bruised kidney. At halftime, he said he discovered blood in his urine. That forced him to set aside his courage and let backup quarterback Chad Voytik finish the game. “When I saw that, I said, ‘All right. You have to pull back.' “It was better for the program for Chad (a redshirt freshman) to get to play. It gave everyone a confidence boost for next season.” But it didn't help Savage, who was forced to turn down an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game. He also couldn't serve as an alternate for the Senior Bowl.

Instead, he put his workout schedule on hold for two weeks to rest and recuperate. He said he is healed and ready for the combine and a return to Pittsburgh on March 3 for Pitt's pro day. While working out with former NFL quarterback Travis Brown, he has learned that a strong arm — and he has one — isn't enough. “A lot of guys in the NFL can throw the ball 70 yards,” Savage said. “The tough thing is doing it with people in your face.” Working with Brown almost every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., he is trying to improve his footwork. “I want to quicken up my feet, quicken my game up in general,” he said. - Jerry DiPaola, Tribune-Review

01/25/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 Senior Bowl, Helped Themselves: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh - It was Donald, not Ford, who earned most of the buzz early in the week, whipping interior offensive linemen with his quickness, tenacity and underrated strength. Like Ford, Donald's size (6-foot-1, 288 pounds) limits his fits in the NFL but his ability to pressure quarterbacks could earn him a first round selection. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com


01/21/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 Senior Bowl Tuesday: Trio of lineman highlight physical North practice...Donald's burst makes him a terror during individual pass-rush drills but at a shade under 6-foot-1 and 288 pounds, he projects best as a pass-rush specialist three-technique defensive tackle in the 4-3 alignment. A team in need of an interior pass rusher certainly could justify selecting him in the first round because Donald could emerge as a 8-10 sack threat in the NFL but he'll almost certainly be doing so as a rotational player -- which not every team in the league is comfortable to dedicating a first round pick towards. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com


01/21/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 Senior Bowl: 10 observations from Monday's North practice...1. DT Aaron Donald was an unstoppable force on Monday. Like his play all season, the Pitt defensive tackle was extremely quick in drills and was relentless from snap to whistle. His burst and anticipation off the snap and active energy to fight through and around blocks make him tough for any blocker to handle. Donald repeatedly victimized Baylor OG Cyril Richardson at practice, winning with leverage, hustle and fluidity that Richardson has likely never seen before on the football field. Donald's skill-set is ideal for one-on-one drills so he should shine, but the NFL team that drafts him will get a really good football player. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com


01/20/14 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2014 SENIOR BOWL, DEFENSIVE LINE: Top player: Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh...Despite lacking ideal size and frame for an interior rusher, Donald is an active, energetic player who uses first step quickness and natural leverage to power into the backfield. He won't be a fit for everyone, but Donald has a relentless motor to fight through the whistle and is a pesky guy to block. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com


12/26/13 - (WR) - Tyler Boyd, So, 6-2, 185
James Conner rushed for 229 yards - breaking a Pittsburgh bowl record held by Tony Dorsett - and Chris Blewitt kicked a tiebreaking field goal with 1:17 remaining, lifting the Panthers to a 30-27 win over Bowling Green on Thursday night in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Conner also played a handful of snaps on the defensive line, and fellow freshman Tyler Boyd gave Pitt (7-6) a boost with eight catches for 173 yards. Boyd also scored on a punt return in the first half, although Bowling Green (10-4) tied it at 17 when BooBoo Gates took the second-half kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown. Dorsett rushed for 202 yards in Pitt's win over Georgia in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1, 1977. - AP Sports


12/26/13 - (FB) - James Conner, So, 6-2, 230
Freshman tailback James Conner rushed for a career-high 229 yards to power the Pittsburgh Panthers past the Bowling Green Falcons 30-27 in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl on Thursday at Ford Field. Pitt freshman Chris Blewitt kicked a game-winning 39-yard field goal with 1:17 remaining. Conner, who was named the MVP, broke Tony Dorsett's school bowl record of 202 rushing yards against Georgia in the 1977 Sugar Bowl. Conner ran the ball 26 times and scored a touchdown. Freshman wide receiver Tyler Boyd had a career-high 173 receiving yards on eight catches and also scored on a 54-yard punt return for Pittsburgh (7-6).

Panthers senior quarterback Tom Savage, who completed eight of 13 passes for 124 yards, missed the second half due to a rib injury. His replacement, redshirt freshman Chad Voytik, scored on a 5-yard run during the fourth quarter. Voytik went 5-for-9 passing for 108 yards. Sophomore quarterback Matt Johnson threw two touchdown passes for the Falcons (10-4). He completed 20 of 32 passes but couldn't extend Bowling Green's five-game winning streak. - The Sports Xchange

12/26/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
CBSSPORTS.COM ALL-AMERICANS: FIRST-TEAM DEFENSE AS NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS: DT - Aaron Donald, Sr., Pittsburgh: Generating an eye-popping 26 tackles for loss (including eight sacks) in 2013 make Donald our Defensive Player of the Year, along with winning the Nagurski and Outland Trophies as the nation's dominant defensive lineman. But NFL scouts may not be nearly as excited about his potential as the media, considering Pitt's star defensive tackle's undersized frame. At only 6-foot, 285-pounds, Donald relies more on his burst and quick hands to penetrate rather than power to hold up at the point of attack, making his best fit as a three-technique in the 4-3 alignment. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com


12/26/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Bowling Green is making its 11th appearance in a bowl game, and the Falcons are 4-6, with the last win coming in the 2004 GMAC Bowl, now the GoDaddy.com Bowl. Pitt is playing in its 11th bowl since 2000 and its sixth consecutive since 2008. The Panthers are 12-17 all-time in bowl games. DT Aaron Donald of Pitt is the Atlantic Coast Conference defensive player of the year. He is a disruptive defender with 26 1/2 tackles for losses, and 10 sacks this season. He also has 16 quarterback hurries. - The Sports Xchange


12/26/13 - (WR) - Tyler Boyd, So, 6-2, 185
PLAYERS TO WATCH: Freshman WR Tyler Boyd has made an immediate impact for Pitt. He has 1,001 yards receiving, and is first on the team in all-purpose yards with 1,534 yards, averaging 127.8 yards per game. Boyd also has rushed for 108 yards and had 425 yards in kickoff returns. He was a second-team all-conference performer. - The Sports Xchange


12/26/13 - (QB) - Tom Savage, rSr, 6-4, 228
PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Tom Savage of Pitt is minus-208 yards rushing as the Panthers have allowed 41 sacks, but he has thrown for 2,834 yards and 21 touchdowns with nine interceptions while completing 61.2 percent of his passes. - The Sports Xchange


12/13/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DT-Aaron Donald, Sr., Pitt (35)...A hometown product of Pittsburgh, Pa., the 6-foot, 285-pound Donald leads the nation with 26.5 tackles for lost yardage (2.2 per game). The senior has forced four fumbles while registering 10 quarterback sacks. Donald has 54 total tackles in addition to 16 quarterback hurries, two pass break-ups and a blocked extra point that proved the difference in Pitt’s one-point ACC win over Syracuse on Nov. 23. His tackles behind the line of scrimmage have resulted in total losses of 130 yards. Donald received five National Defensive Player of the Week awards, and was twice named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week. With 28.5 career sacks, he is tied for second among active NCAA FBS players. - Pitt football


12/13/13 - (WR) - Tyler Boyd, So, 6-2, 185
2013 ALL-ACC THIRD TEAM (COACHES): WR-Tyler Boyd, Fr., Pitt (16)...Tyler Boyd’s freshman season was one for the Pitt record books. The Clariton, Pa., native broke Larry Fitzgerald’s freshman receptions record of 69 catches, and is currently four yards shy of breaking Fitzgerald’s freshman receiving yards record as well. Boyd has 77 catches for 1,001 yards and seven touchdowns this season. Boyd finished the regular-season ranking third in the ACC with 6.4 receptions per game and fifth with 83.4 receiving yards per game.

He was the only freshman to be ranked in the Top 10 in either category. Boyd garnered ACC Receiver of the Week for his 134 yard, one touchdown performance against New Mexico, and was the ACC Rookie of the Week for his encore performance the following week at Duke, catching eight passes for 154 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. He was named the 247 Sports National True Freshman of the Week for those back-to-back outings.

Boyd has four 100-yard receiving games this season, and it took him just eight games to do so - becoming the fastest player to four 100-yard receiving games in program history. He also had a span of three-consecutive games with over 100 receiving yards, becoming the first freshman to do so since Antonio Bryant in 1999. - Pitt football

12/13/13 - (WR) - Devin Street, rSr, 6-3, 198
2013 ALL-ACC HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): WR-Devin Street, Pitt (13)...Street became the all-time top pass catcher in Pitt history when he hauled in nine receptions at Navy on Oct. 26, surpassing Latef Grim (178 catches from 1998-2000) for the top spot. Street now has 202 career receptions — the first Pitt player to reach the 200-catch milestone — and ranks third all-time at Pitt with 2,901 career receiving yards. He needs 161 yards to surpass the Panthers’ career leader, Antonio Bryant, who had 3,061 yards from 1999-2001.

Street’s 51 catches for 854 yards ranked him sixth in receptions per game (5.1) and fourth in receiving yards per game (85.4). Boyd and Street finished the regular-season as the top duo in the ACC as they were the only pair of teammates to rank in the ACC’s Top 6 in both receiving yards per game and receptions per game. - Pitt football

12/13/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: DL Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh, 6-0 285, Sr., Pittsburgh, PA...Donald became one of the most decorated players in Pitt history on Thursday night as he added to his list of major awards, ending the night with four on the year. He leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game), while ranking 10th in forced fumbles (tied, 0.33 per game) and 13th in sacks (tied, 0.83 per game). Perhaps his most impressive statistic this season: of his 54 total tackles, nearly half have been behind the line of scrimmage (26.5). A graduate of Penn Hills High School, Donald has 28.5 sacks for his collegiate career, the second most among active players and the highest total by an interior lineman. - Pittsburgh football


12/12/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 CHUCK BEDNARIK AWARD WINNER (DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR): Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh...Pitt senior defensive tackle Aaron Donald became one of the most decorated players in Pitt history on Thursday night as he added to his list of major awards, ending the night with four on the year. Donald was named the 2013 Outland Trophy winner, annually presented by the Greater Omaha Sports Committee and Football Writers Association of America to nation’s best offensive or defensive interior lineman and the Chuck Bednarik Award presented by the Maxwell Football Club to the college defensive player of the year. The announcements were made live on ESPN at the Home Depot College Football Awards Show held at the Dance Hall on the Disney Boardwalk in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Donald earned the Outland Trophy over finalists Jake Matthews, an offensive tackle from Texas A&M and Baylor offensive guard Cyril Richardson. Donald marks the first defensive lineman to win the Outland Trophy since Nebraska defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh in 2009. Donald’s second award of the night, the Chuck Bednarik Award, was earned over UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr and Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley. The only other Pitt player to win the Outland Trophy was Mark May for his performance during the 1980 season. Pitt has never had a player win the Bednarik Award, which was first presented in 1995. - Pitt football

12/12/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 OUTLAND TROPHY WINNER (TOP INTERIOR LINEMAN): Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh...The 6-foot, 285-pound Donald had an incredibly productive senior season. He leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game), while ranking 10th in forced fumbles (tied, 0.33 per game) and 13th in sacks (tied, 0.83 per game). Perhaps his most impressive statistic this season: of his 54 total tackles, nearly half have been behind the line of scrimmage (26.5). A graduate of Penn Hills High School, Donald has 28.5 sacks for his collegiate career, the second most among active players and the highest total by an interior lineman. - Pitt football


12/12/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 OUTLAND TROPHY FINALIST (TOP INTERIOR LINEMAN): Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh...Donald, a 6-foot, 280-pound senior, leads the country with 26 tackles for loss and is tied for 10th nationally in sacks with 10. He also has four forced fumbles. His tackles for loss total is already ahead of that of former Nebraska star Ndamukong Suh, who won both the Outland and Nagurski trophies in 2009. In the Panthers’ 11th game of the season, a 17-16 victory over Syracuse, he blocked an extra point for the victory, making the Panthers bowl-eligible. - Outland Trophy Award


12/12/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 CHUCK BEDNARIK AWARD FINALIST (DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR): Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh...Donald is the keystone of Pitt’s defense and a constant disruptive force to opposing offenses from his defensive tackle spot. His 2013 stat line includes 51 tackles and an astounding 26 tackles for loss, eight sacks and four forced fumbles. - Bednarik Award


12/12/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 ROTARY LOMBARDI AWARD WINNER: Pitt senior defensive tackle Aaron Donald added to his list of major awards on Wednesday night as he was named the 2013 Rotary Lombardi Award winner, annually presented to nation’s top lineman or linebacker by the Rotary Club of Houston. The announcement was made at the Rotary Lombardi Trophy Banquet on Wednesday in front of a live televised national audience on the CBS Sports Network at the Wortham Center in Houston. Donald was selected for the honor over three other finalists which included UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr, Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley and Missouri defensive end Michael Sam. The award is voted on by a national selection committee comprised of more than 400 voters.

On Monday, Donald earned his first national honor when he was awarded with the 2013 Bronko Nagurski Trophy, annually presented to the “nation’s most outstanding defensive player” by the Charlotte Touchdown Club and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). The other finalists for the award included Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard, Florida State cornerback Lamarcus Joyner, Mosley and Sam. “This is an incredible honor,” said Donald. “The name ‘Lombardi’ says it all. All of the finalists are such great players. I’m blessed to be chosen for this award.” With his Nagurski victory, Donald became the first Pitt defensive player to win a national award since 1980 when the legendary Hugh Green was the recipient of the Lombardi, Maxwell and Walter Camp awards. - Pitt football

12/11/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Aaron Donald, DT, Pitt...A hometown product of Pittsburgh, Pa., the 6-foot, 285-pound Donald leads the nation with 26.5 tackles for lost yardage (2.2 per game). The senior has forced four fumbles while registering 10 quarterback sacks. Donald has 54 total tackles in addition to 16 quarterback hurries, two pass break-ups and a blocked extra point that proved the difference in Pitt’s one-point ACC win over Syracuse on Nov. 23. His tackles behind the line of scrimmage have resulted in total losses of 130 yards. Donald received five National Defensive Player of the Week awards, and was twice named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week. With 28.5 career sacks, he is tied for second among active NCAA FBS players. - ACC football


12/10/13 - (DT) - Aaron Donald, Sr, 6-1, 285
2013 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY WINNER: Pitt senior defensive tackle Aaron Donald has been named the winner of the 2013 Bronko Nagurski Trophy, annually presented to the “nation’s most outstanding defensive player” by the Charlotte Touchdown Club and Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). “This is an incredible honor and I could not be more appreciative,” Donald said. “All of the other finalists are unbelievable players and I feel blessed to be here with them this evening. On behalf of my coaches, teammates and family, I want to thank the Charlotte Touchdown Club and Football Writers for selecting me the winner of the Bronko Nagurski Trophy.” “Aaron Donald has played at a high level this entire season,” said Pitt head coach Paul Chryst, who was in Charlotte for the presentation. “He is a very deserving recipient of this honor and our entire program is extremely proud of him.”

Donald is the first Pitt defensive player to win a national award since 1980 when the legendary Hugh Green was the recipient of the Lombardi, Maxwell and Walter Camp awards. The 6-foot, 285-pound Donald had an incredibly productive senior season. He leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game), while ranking 10th in forced fumbles (tied, 0.33 per game) and 13th in sacks (tied, 0.83 per game). Perhaps his most impressive statistic this season: of his 54 total tackles, nearly half have been behind the line of scrimmage (26.5). A graduate of Penn Hills High School, Donald has 28.5 sacks for his collegiate career, the second most among active players and the highest total by an interior lineman. - Pitt football

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