Mark Whipple, who just completed his third season as Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator and mentored Heisman Trophy finalist Kenny Pickett, resigned Tuesday.
Mel Kiper updates his rankings through the end of the college football regular season. Edge rushers top his list of the best 25 prospects.
- Whipple, Pitt OC who mentored Pickett, resigns
- Young, Hutchinson among 4 Heisman finalists
- Irish, Ok. St. set for Fiesta Bowl after CFP misses
- Wake coach: Pitt QB's fake slide a slippery slope
Alabama quarterback Bryce Young, Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson, Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett and Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud were announced Monday as the finalists for the Heisman Trophy.
Todd McShay ranks his top draft prospects, including a new name at No. 1, three quarterbacks and a whole lot of players set to play in the College Football Playoff.
It's the time of the week when we give you "The Best from the Weekend" like Kenny Pickett’s 58yd TD run against Wake in the ACC championship. And of course we also give you the "Worst from the Weekend" like FSU and Miami being eliminated from the NCAA Volleyball tournament. Plus Pitt Radio Analyst Pat Bostick makes his return to the program to talk about Pitt winning the ACC Championship.
We breakdown the Panther’s 45-21 win over Wake Forest to capture the ACC Championship crown. Plus Miami in extensive talks to hire Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal. All this while Manny Diaz is still the head coach and out recruiting with his team. And we look back at the opening week of ACC hoops.
Fifth-ranked Notre Dame will play Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl, while No. 6 Ohio State gets Pac-12 champion Utah in the Rose Bowl.
Here are this week's SP+ rankings heading into bowl season.
After his Wake Forest defense was victimized by a fake slide from Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett, Demon Deacons coach Dave Clawson thinks the NCAA should outlaw such a move.
The games have all been played and now it's time to see where the teams land. Here are our final bowl projections for the 2021 season.
— Kenny Pickett accounted for three touchdowns and Erick Hallett II returned one of Pittsburgh's four interceptions for a touchdown to help the No. 17 Panthers beat No. 18 Wake Forest 45-21 in Saturday night's Atlantic Coast Conference championship game.
Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett set two passing records in the first half of the ACC championship game Saturday night.
How far does Georgia fall after a loss? How high does Baylor climb after a conference title? And what about 13-0 Cincinnati? All that and more in the final Power Rankings before the bowl season.
Pittsburgh Athletic Directory Heather Lyke joins the show to discuss the amazing season their football team is having, along with some other major sports. And also what an ACC Championship would mean to the Panthers. Plus David Teel from the Richmond Times-Dispatch shares his thoughts on the news of Bronco Mendenhall stepping down as head football coach at UVA. And we hear from Wake Forest Head Coach Dave Clawson on winning ACC Coach of the year.
Conference championship week is finally here, and spots in the College Football Playoff are on the line across the country.
ESPN CFB Reporter Andrea Adelson visits with the guys to give her thoughts on who should be named “All-ACC” this season. And Paul Zeise from the Pittsburg Post Gazette helps us preview the ACC Championship between Wake Forest and Pitt.. And tells us where Kenny Pickett stands as one of the all-time great Pitt QBs.
With help from the Allstate Playoff Predictor, you can pick the winners of each conference championship game and see how the top four could play out.
With the release of the latest AP college football poll, here's what is up next for each team in the new rankings.
Here are this week's SP+ rankings after a wild Rivalry Week.
Ohio State falls. Alabama survives. Bedlam, possibly the last in the rivalry, lived up to the hype. See how Week 13's biggest games impacted the Power Rankings.
— Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi was worried about a letdown. Kenny Pickett wasn't about to let that happen again.
Clemson and Florida State dominated the ACC over the past decade, and that has shown up in recruiting. But which class stood the test of time?
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