The Panthers hope to develop a more ball-hawking attitude at cornerback this season, along with some increased depth.
Penn State plans to use eight receivers this year, a group that gives the offense looks it lacked last season.
Starting Monday, the Panthers will enter game week preparations for the Sept. 5 season opener against Youngstown State.
Penn State continues sorting through position battles as the season opener nears.
LaVar Arrington weighs in on the Pitt-Penn State rivalry, Christian Hackenberg and the upcoming season for the Nittany Lions.
David Appolon is helping his friend, Scoop Jardine, make a difference with underpriviledged youth in Florida through a basketball academy.
Ibrahim, a junior, served as Pitt’s primary third-down back last season, and was poised to be one of James Conner’s backups in 2015.
Pitt’s only training camp practice at Heinz Field on Tuesday gave it a chance to play at its home stadium before its opening game.
West Virginia’s coach will stick with his approach to vetting players even in light of Baylor’s sexual-assault scandal.
The upgrades include a lobby where awards will be displayed, an upgraded locker room with new carpet, improved lighting and a video wall.
Pitt kicker Chris Blewitt has moved past missing a potential game-winner last year and is ready for the new season.
Two of the spots that have been most up in the air this month have been boundary safety and weakside outside linebacker.
Despite subpar competition, Duquesne coach Jim Ferry thinks his team improved on four-game trip to Ireland.
The defending national champion Buckeyes received all 61 first-place votes from the media panel in the rankings released today.
Pat Narduzzi had a front-row seat for his father’s coaching demise, but he chose to go into the family business anyway.
The offense also made strides in one of the final chances for players to prove their worth in the starting lineup.
Narduzzi and his staff did their best to simulate game-day conditions leading into Saturday’s session.
Wide receivers Tre Tipton and Quadree Henderson apparently are ready to contribute as freshmen for Panthers.
The Panthers practiced in just helmets and shoulder pads in preparation for their second scrimmage of the month.
Safety Reggie Mitchell is no longer ‘the transfer,’ and hopes to be a leader for the Panthers defense
The Nittany Lions sophomore linebacker played in eight games last season and is expected to take on a starting role.
Under new coach Steve Brodzinski, CCBC hopes to return to dominance on the court while developing its students off of it.
Senior safety hoping Golden Tornadoes have what it takes to contend in PAC.
After a standout career at Seton Hill, Nick Sell goes undrafted but quickly shows he has the skills needed in the Dodgers organization.
Reily Shane is a senior defensive lineman who is ready to lead the Tomcats.
Football team returns 14 starters as it tries to improve on 8-3 finish.
Former Warriors standout and offensive lineman Zack Crossey helps pave the way for a lethal Presidents offense.
Bearcats got taste of winning last season and now want more.
Loss to IUP last season inspires Griffins to pull together this year.
IUP linebacker Dorian Lane gets to “win the play” an extra season after medical hardship.
Mike Ditka, Tony Dorsett, Larry Fitzgerald, Bill Fralic and Hugh Green all made the squad.
Beyond the opener, Pat Narduzzi said Pitt will dedicate time next week to preparing for Georgia Tech’s unique triple-option offense.
Three others, including Tennessee transfer Nathan Peterman, are fighting to take the top spot.
Penn State might lack game experience behind Akeel Lynch at running back, but there is no shortage of talent waiting to step up.
The Panthers and Orange will square off at 9 p.m. Dec. 30 as part of the "ACC Tip-Off" doubleheader. The game will be shown on ESPN2.
Coach Narduzzi went out of his way to mention freshmen receivers Tre Tipton and Quadree Henderson as players who have impressed him so far.
Mike Caprara shows off his versatility at all three linebacker positions for Panthers this fall.
After a miserable 2014 season, West Virginia’s punt-return unit is determined to improve.
The Panthers also host Eastern Washington (Dec. 11), Morehead State (Dec. 13) and Western Carolina (Dec. 23) as part of the event.
But the coach stressed that players being limited at this point in camp is “par for the course.”
Jevonte Pitts, Patrick Amara and Jordan Whitehead are battling for playing time at strong safety.
“There was some major hitting going on... I just thought it was a very physical scrimmage,” Pitt’s first-year coach said.
The ruling dismissed a decision that said football players with scholarships are effectively school employees and entitled to organize.
Tarow Barney came to Penn State from a junior college, but looks to be part of PSU’s defensive tackle rotation.
The Panthers’ Marvadene “Bubbles” Anderson is the tallest women’s player in college basketball, but her future with the sport is in doubt.
Pitt’s offense gets the better of its defense in the Panthers’ first scrimmage of fall training camp.
A capable and deep group of backup running backs exists behind Pitt star and reigning ACC player of the year James Conner.
Josh Lugg, a standout junior offensive lineman at North Allegheny High School, has decided to play college football at Notre Dame.
The Panthers coaches have some flexibility with players up front who are coming in around 300 pounds each.
Sophomore safety Marcus Allen, who started seven games in 2014, is one of the Penn State players to watch.