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12/26/16 - (OG) - Dorian Johnson, Sr, 6-5, 300
2016 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): G Dorian Johnson, Sr., Pitt (32),...The lineman trio of Dorian Johnson (Belle Vernon, Pa./Belle Vernon Area), Adam Bisnowaty (Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel) and Brian O’Neill (Wilmington, Del./Salesianum) has helped Pitt’s offense produce at an historic rate this season. The Panthers have compiled the highest season point total in school history (508). With a bowl game to go, the Panthers are averaging 42.3 points per game, which would eclipse the all-time Pitt record of 40.7 set way back in 1904. Additionally, Pitt’s offensive front has paved the way to 447.5 yards per game, which would be the second highest average in school history. - Pittsburgh Football


12/26/16 - (OT) - Adam Bisnowaty, rSr, 6-6, 304
2016 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): T Adam Bisnowaty, Sr.-R, Pitt (28),...The lineman trio of Dorian Johnson (Belle Vernon, Pa./Belle Vernon Area), Adam Bisnowaty (Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel) and Brian O’Neill (Wilmington, Del./Salesianum) has helped Pitt’s offense produce at an historic rate this season. The Panthers have compiled the highest season point total in school history (508). With a bowl game to go, the Panthers are averaging 42.3 points per game, which would eclipse the all-time Pitt record of 40.7 set way back in 1904. Additionally, Pitt’s offensive front has paved the way to 447.5 yards per game, which would be the second highest average in school history. - Pittsburgh Football


12/16/16 - (QB) - Max Browne, rSr, 6-4, 230
Former five-star USC QB latest transfer looking to lead Pitt's explosive offense...Pittsburgh will have to hire its third offensive coordinator since Pat Narduzzi arrived after Matt Canada, like Jim Chaney before him, was hired away by an SEC school (Canada to LSU, Chaney to Georgia in 2015), but at least the Panthers have already identified a possible replacement for starting quarterback Nate Peterman with the commitment of Southern California graduate transfer Max Browne. Browne was a five-star prospect coming out of high school when he committed to the Trojans as part of their 2013 recruiting class. After two seasons as a backup, Browne got a chance to start three games in 2016 before Sam Darnold took over as QB1 in the Coliseum.

The quarterback depth behind Peterman, a graduate transfer himself coming from Tennessee in 2015, was a concern for the Panthers all season, but Peterman stayed healthy and productive. Pitt averaged a school-record 42.3 points this season with Peterman (26 passing touchdowns, six interceptions) under center. Getting another experienced quarterback will give Pitt good competition in spring practice and a live quarterback who can start immediately should he win the job entering the fall. - Chip Patterson, CBSSports.com

12/10/16 - (RB) - *James Conner, rJr, 6-1, 233
Pitt RB Conner leaving for NFL...Pittsburgh running back James Conner took to social media to announce that he will forgo his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL draft. Conner, who overcame Hodgkin's lymphoma, rushed for 1,060 yards and 16 touchdowns in his final season with the Panthers. He finishes his collegiate career with 3,701 yards on 660 carries with 52 touchdowns. Conner posted a picture depicting his back on Twitter with the following words: "Blessed to have been given the opportunity to play at this great university. I have given it everything I got and will do it one more time in New York City for my brothers at Pitt. When they talk about someone who made a positive impact on the program, I hope that they mention my name. Thank you to my family, my friends, and everyone who made his possible. I will be declaring for the 2017 NFL draft." Conner added the words "Forever Grateful" under the picture. Conner emerged as an intriguing NFL prospect as a sophomore with 1,765 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns, receiving 2014 ACC Offensive Player of the Year honors. However, he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the 2015 season opener and was diagnosed with Stage 2 Hodgkin's lymphoma a few months later. Conner kept a positive attitude and learned on May 23 that the cancer was gone after his 12th chemotherapy treatment. - The Sports Xchange


11/28/16 - (WR) - Quadree Henderson, Jr, 5-08, 170
NOV 28 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Quadree Henderson, Pitt, So., KR, 5-8, 170, Wilmington, Del.,...As a return man and runner, Henderson played a vital role in Pitt’s shootout victory over Syracuse. Henderson compiled a career-high 257 all-purpose yard, 154 of which came on returns. He averaged an incredible 21.4 yards per touch – 18.7 yards on three punt returns (56 yards), 24.5 yards on four kickoffs (98 yards) and 20.6 yards on five rushes (103 yards). Henderson also had a 66-yard touchdown burst off a jet sweep to give Pitt a 49-21 lead in the third quarter. - ACC Football


11/26/16 - (QB) - Nathan Peterman, rSr, 6-2, 226
Pittsburgh outlasts Syracuse in historic shootout...Quarterback Nathan Peterman threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another touchdown to lead Pittsburgh to a 76-61 win over Syracuse on Saturday afternoon. The contest marked the highest-scoring affair in Atlantic Coast Conference history with 137 points in a game. The fast-paced showdown surpassed the previous conference record of 118 points, which was set in a 68-50 win by Georgia Tech over North Carolina on Nov. 10, 2012. Running back James Conner had 160 yards from scrimmage and three touchdowns as the Panthers notched their highest point total of the season. Pittsburgh (8-4, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) won its third consecutive game and posted back-to-back seasons with eight-plus wins for the first time since 2009-10. Conner eclipsed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the season with 115 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries. He caught two passes for 45 yards and a touchdown to increase his ACC record to 56 career touchdowns (52 rushing, four receiving). - The Sports Xchange


11/22/16 - (RB) - *James Conner, rJr, 6-1, 233
James Conner has big plans for this weekend, and it has nothing to do with saying goodbye. Thanksgiving marks the 1-year anniversary of the cancer diagnosis that threatened the Pittsburgh running back's career, one that kickstarted his remarkable comeback and turned Conner into an inspirational figure for others in the same fight. Conner - fully healthy and showing extended flashes of the raw brilliance that made him the ACC Player of the Year in 2014 - will celebrate the milestone with a massive family meal sometime after the Panthers wrap up the regular season against Syracuse on Saturday at Heinz Field. "It's going to be a good holiday this year," Conner said Tuesday.

Whether it's his last as a college player, Conner isn't saying. Any decision on whether to return for a redshirt senior season next fall won't come until after Pitt's bowl game. Conner stressed he wants to "make the smartest choice." He also doesn't want to be a distraction to the 19 teammates who will run through tunnel at home for the final time, most of whom arrived at Pitt alongside Conner in 2013. "I'm just going to sit back and enjoy their special moment," Conner said. - AP Sports

11/21/16 - (OLB) - Ejuan Price, rSr, 5-11, 241
NOV 21 ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN BACK OF THE WEEK: Ejuan Price, Pitt, Sr.-r, DE, 6-0, 255, Rankin, Pa.,...Price collected two sacks and three total tackles for loss in Saturday’s 56-14 win over Duke. He added two quarterback hurries and was highly instrumental in helping limit the Blue Devils to just 25 yards rushing on 22 carries (1.1 yards per attempt). The All-America candidate ranks fifth in the country in both sacks per game (1.00) and tackles for loss per game (1.7). More than half of Price’s 36 tackles this season have been behind the line of scrimmage, as he has 19 tackles for loss and 11 sacks on the year. - ACC Football


11/21/16 - (WR) - Quadree Henderson, Jr, 5-08, 170
NOV 21 ACC SPECIALIST BACK OF THE WEEK: Quadree Henderson, Pitt, So., KR, 5-8, 170, Wilmington, Del.,...Henderson had yet another return for a touchdown in Saturday’s 56-14 win over Duke, running back a punt 65 yards. Henderson now has four returns for touchdowns this season, including a nation-leading three on kickoffs. Saturday marked the first time Henderson had returned a punt for a touchdown, and it was the first such return by a Panther since 2013. Henderson totaled 162 all-purpose yards in the game and added a 52-yard touchdown run off a jet sweep. Henderson ranks second in the country in combined kick return yards (967) and fifth in kickoff return average (32.2). He is also averaging 17.6 yards per punt return. - ACC Football


11/19/16 - (RB) - *James Conner, rJr, 6-1, 233
James Conner scored twice to set a pair of Atlantic Coast Conference career touchdown records as Pittsburgh drilled Duke 56-14 on Saturday. Conner bulled over from 1 yard in the first quarter and again in the third to give him 50 rushing touchdowns for his career, breaking the previous mark set by N.C. State's Ted Brown between 1975 and 1978. Conner now has 53 touchdowns in all, eclipsing the old ACC mark of 52 set by Wali Lundy of Virginia from 2002-05. A year removed from a cancer diagnosis that forced him into months of debilitating treatment, Conner finished with 101 yards rushing as the Panthers avoided a letdown following an emotional upset of Clemson last week. Quadree Henderson returned a punt 65 yards for a score and added a 52-yard sprint for Pitt (7-4, 4-3) while Nate Peterman threw three touchdowns. - AP Sports


11/14/16 - (QB) - Nathan Peterman, rSr, 6-2, 226
NOV 14 ACC OFFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Nathan Peterman, Pitt, Sr.-r, QB, 6-2, 225, Jacksonville, Fla.,...Peterman threw for a career-high 308 yards and five touchdowns with no interceptions in engineering the 43-42 upset of No. 2 Clemson. Peterman’s five touchdown passes matched the total yielded by the Tigers’ defense for the whole season prior to Saturday. Peterman threw for 242 yards and four TDs in the first half alone. His scoring strikes to running back James Conner (46 yards) and tight end Scott Orndoff (55 yards) were the longest against Clemson this season. - ACC Football


11/14/16 - (K) - Chris Blewitt, Sr, 5-09, 183
NOV 14 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Chris Blewitt, Pitt, Sr., PK, 5-9, 195, Alexandria, Va.,...Blewitt capped one of the biggest upsets in college football this season with a 48-yard field goal with six seconds left to push Pitt past No. 2 Clemson, 43-42. It marked the third time in his career, and second time this season, that Blewitt capped a fourth-quarter rally with a game-winning field goal. - ACC Football


11/14/16 - (ILB) - Matt Galambos, Sr, 6-1, 239
NOV 14 ACC CO-LINEBACKER OF THE WEEK: Matt Galambos, Pitt, Sr., LB, 6-2, 245, Collingdale, Pa.,...Galambos had a game-high 12 tackles, none bigger than his stop of Clemson’s Wayne Gallman for no gain on fourth-and-one at the Pitt 35 with 58 seconds left. That tackle gave the ball back to Pitt, setting the stage for the Panthers’ game-winning field goal drive. Galambos was also part of a six-yard quarterback sack. - ACC Football


11/14/16 - (QB) - Nathan Peterman, rSr, 6-2, 226
NOV 14 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FBS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: NATHAN PETERMAN, PITTSBURGH, RS Senior, Quarterback, Jacksonville, FL/Bartram Trail HS...Nathan Peterman passed for 308 yards (22-of-37) and a career-best five touchdowns as Pittsburgh defeated second-ranked Clemson, 43-42. It was the biggest win for the Panthers (6-4, 3-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) since knocking off No. 2 West Virginia, 13-9, in 2007. Notes: Nathan Peterman is the sixth Pittsburgh player to earn Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors since 2004, and the third Panther quarterback (Tyler Palko, Nov. 14, 2004 and Tom Savage, Sept. 22, 2013). - The Walter Camp Football Foundation


11/13/16 - (K) - Chris Blewitt, Sr, 5-09, 183
Pitt shocks No. 2 Clemson on late FG...Blewitt didn't blow it. Pittsburgh kicker Chris Blewitt kicked a 48-yard field goal with six seconds remaining as the Panthers stunned No. 2. Clemson 43-42 Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium, knocking the Tigers from the ranks of the unbeaten and damaging their hopes for a return trip to the College Football Playoff. Pittsburgh stuffed Clemson running back Wayne Gallman for a one-yard loss on a fourth-and-1 play at the Pittsburgh 35-yard line with less than a minute to play and quickly drove 34 yards in six plays to set up Blewitt for the winning score. Blewitt earlier missed a PAT and had a 53-yard field goal attempt blocked. "He has been a 'money' kicker," Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi said. "I knelt down with the guys, said a prayer and I had no doubt it was going through. It was destiny." Pittsburgh improved to 6-4 overall and 3-3 in Atlantic Coast Conference play by defeating its highest-ranked opponent since a win at No. 2 West Virginia in 2007. Clemson, which was bidding to clinch its fifth division title since 2009, will have to wait at least another week. The Tigers (9-1, 6-1) play at Wake Forest on Saturday. - The Sports Xchange


11/12/16 - (K) - Chris Blewitt, Sr, 5-09, 183
Chris Blewitt made a 48-yard field goal with six seconds left as Pittsburgh stunned No. 3 Clemson 43-42, spoiling a record-setting Saturday for quarterback Deshaun Watson and complicating the Tigers' path back to the College Football Playoff. It was the biggest win for the Panthers (5-4, 3-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) since knocking off No. 2 West Virginia 13-9 in 2007. Watson threw for an ACC record 580 yards and three touchdowns. But his third interception gave Pitt the chance to crawl back from a 42-34 deficit. After Saleem Brightwell's pick and 70-yard return, James Conner finished the drive with a 20-yard TD run. The Panther defense, which gave up 630 yards, rose up when it counted and stopped Wayne Gallman short on third and fourth down to take the ball with 58 seconds left. Two passes to Scott Orndoff put Pitt within range and Blewitt nailed the kick to send the Panthers into a frenzy. - AP Sports


11/09/16 - (WR) - Quadree Henderson, Jr, 5-08, 170
NOV 7 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Quadree Henderson, Pitt, KR, So., 5-9, 180, Wilmington, Del.,...On his first opportunity to touch the ball Saturday, Henderson took a Miami kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown. He leads the nation with a school-record three kickoff return touchdowns this year and has four over his last 10 games (including two 100-yard returns). Henderson also leads the country in kickoff return average (33.8) and is second in combined kick return yards (872). Henderson compiled a game-high 176 all-purpose yards against the Hurricanes, including one punt return for 17 yards. - ACC Football


11/02/16 - (QB) - Max Browne, rSr, 6-4, 230
Southern California has granted quarterback Max Browne permission to speak with other programs about a possible transfer, though the redshirt junior remains with the team. Trojans coach Clay Helton said Tuesday that Browne can speak to any FBS program, including other schools in the Pac-12. Browne would be immediately eligible to play next season as a graduate transfer from USC (5-3, 4-2 Pac-12). "He has graduated from this university and has done everything right, so he deserves the opportunity to find his perfect fit, whether that is here or someplace else," said Helton, who took the starting job away from Browne after three games this season. "The biggest thing is just to get the word out."

After three years in the tumultuous USC program as a redshirt and Cody Kessler's backup, Browne passed for 481 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions, but USC went 1-2 while scoring just one touchdown in its losses to top-ranked Alabama and defending conference champion Stanford. Browne then lost his position to redshirt freshman Sam Darnold, who has led USC on a four-game winning streak after losing his debut at Utah. Darnold has been excellent while passing for 1,565 yards with 18 touchdown passes. Browne was regarded as the top pro-style quarterback in the 2013 recruiting cycle after a record-setting career at Skyline in Sammamish, Washington. Long-departed coach Lane Kiffin recruited him, but Browne stuck with the Trojans through several coaching changes, including last season's switch to Helton, his former position coach. - AP Sports

10/17/16 - (WR) - Quadree Henderson, Jr, 5-08, 170
OCT 17 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Quadree Henderson, Pitt, So., WR, 5-8, 190, Wilmington, Del.,...Henderson once again showcased his explosive skills with a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in Saturday’s 45-31 road win at Virginia. He added a 29-yard punt return to the Virginia 39 in the fourth quarter that set up the Panthers’ final score. Henderson finished with 112 yards on two kick returns (56.0 avg.), 46 yards on three punt returns (15.3 avg.) and 164 total all-purpose yards. Henderson has two kickoff returns for touchdowns this season and three over his last eight games. He is the only FBS player with multiple kickoff return for touchdowns this season. Henderson’s 35.9-yard kickoff return average leads the ACC and ranks third nationally. - ACC Football


10/17/16 - (FS) - Jordan Whitehead, Jr, 5-10, 190
OCT 17 ACC DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Jordan Whitehead, Pitt, So., SS, 5-11, 190, Aliquippa, Pa.,...Whitehead’s 59-yard interception return at the end of the first half gave Pitt the lead for keeps in the Panthers’ 45-31 win at Virginia. Pitt had just tied the score at 28 with under a minute remaining in the first quarter when the Cavaliers took over, looking to add points before intermission. Whitehead stepped in front of a Kurt Benkert pass at the Pitt 41, cut to the opposite sideline and then back to the middle for a touchdown with only four seconds remaining on the first-half clock. Whitehead, who also started on offense, had three rushes for 28 yards (9.3 avg.) and totaled four tackles. - ACC Football


10/16/16 - (FS) - Jordan Whitehead, Jr, 5-10, 190
It was only one play in a game unfolding as a track meet, and it changed the game entirely. Jordan Whitehead, deep in coverage as Virginia was trying to push the issue and sneak in more points before halftime, stepped in front of Kurt Benkert's pass at the Panthers' 41 and never stopped running until Pittsburgh took a 35-28 lead over Virginia into halftime. "It was gigantic. It was gigantic," Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi said after the Panthers won 45-31 Saturday. "We've been waiting for one of those picks in that coverage and we finally got one. ... Tremendous football play by him and then he finds a way to get it in the end zone." The play capped a wild half that saw the teams combine for three touchdowns in one span of 63 seconds on a 44-yard scoring run by Virginia's Taquan Mizzell, a 93-yard kickoff return by Quadree Henderson and Benkert's 74-yard strike to Olamide Zaccheaus. - AP Sports


10/10/16 - (OT) - Brian ONeill, rJr, 6-5, 300
OCT 10 ACC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Brian O’Neill, Pitt, So.-r, OT, 6-6, 300, Wilmington, Del.,...O’Neill tasted a rare moment of end zone glory and also stood out in the trenches to help lift Pitt to a 37-34 win over Georgia Tech. The Panthers’ starting right tackle, O’Neill scored the game’s first points when he took a designed throwback lateral 24 yards for a touchdown. O’Neill then settled into his more traditional responsibilities and was credited by the coaching staff with spearheading a Pitt offensive front that produced 407 yards (215 rushing and 192 passing). The Panthers’ ability to run the ball netted 5.1 yards per carry. - ACC Football


10/10/16 - (K) - Chris Blewitt, Sr, 5-09, 183
OCT 10 ACC SPECIALIST OF THE WEEK: Chris Blewitt, Pitt, Sr., PK, 5-9, 185, Alexandria, Va.,...Blewitt was perfect on seven placements (three field goals, four PATs) and provided the winning points on a 31-yard field goal as time expired to lift Pitt past Georgia Tech, 37-34. Blewitt accounted for a career-high 13 points in the win and became the Panthers’ all-time career leader in field goals with 52. Blewitt is also Pitt’s all-time kick scoring leader with 315 points. Saturday marked the second consecutive year he provided the winning margin over the Yellow Jackets. Blewitt’s school-record 56-yard field goal in 2015 pushed Pitt past Georgia Tech, 31-28. - ACC Football


10/08/16 - (K) - Chris Blewitt, Sr, 5-09, 183
Pitt banks on Blewitt FG, beats Georgia Tech...Chris Blewitt banked in a 31-yard field goal off the right upright on the final play after Pitt's defense came up with a fourth-down stop and the Panthers beat Georgia Tech 37-34 in Pittsburgh on Saturday. Blewitt's third field goal of the day was set up when Pitt stuffed Georgia Tech B-back Dedrick Mills for no gain on a run up the middle on fourth-and-inches at the Yellow Jackets' 34 with 1:47 to go. Pitt (4-2 overall, 1-1 in the ACC) played its fifth consecutive game decided in the final two minutes. Georgia Tech (3-3, 1-3) lost its third consecutive game. The Panthers got a 24-yard touchdown from offensive lineman Brian O'Neill in the first quarter. He initially blocked from his left tackle position, then released to catch a lateral, running along the left sideline to the end zone. Blewitt, who last season kicked a 56-yard field goal with 1:11 left to beat the Yellow Jackets, connected Saturday on field goals of 38, 41 and 31 yards. The senior moved into first place in school history with 52 career field goals. - The Sports Xchange


10/05/16 - (FS) - Jordan Whitehead, Jr, 5-10, 190
Pittsburgh safety Jordan Whitehead sat out last Saturday against Marshall for what coach Pat Narduzzi described as personal reasons. The 2015 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year dressed but did not take the field in Pitt's 43-27 win over the Thundering Herd. Narduzzi initially declined multiple requests to expand on why Whitehead did not play but issued a statement on Tuesday in hopes of clearing the air before the Panthers (3-2, 0-1 ACC) host Georgia Tech (3-2, 0-2) on Saturday. The statement read: "Jordan Whitehead did not play in last week's game for reasons that are personal in nature." Narduzzi declined further comment but said he anticipates Jordan will be able to play this week against Georgia Tech. Whitehead is second on the Panthers with 31 tackles through four games and has added 63 yards rushing on offense. - AP Sports


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