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Doctor Robert: Pitt-Marshall Injury Report

Here’s a look at the Panthers’ injuries heading into this week

Since the ACC requires its members to provide injury reports for in-conference matchups, Pitt released an official report last week. But with the Panthers playing a non-conference team this weekend, that’s not mandatory so we’re left a little more in the dark.

The good news is that it didn’t seem like there were any major injuries coming out of the North Carolina game. However, the team does still have some injury news to watch for this week.

The latest injury news was surrounding starting linebacker Mike Caprara, who didn’t play against the Tar Heels with a ‘lower body injury.’ If you’re keeping score at home, Caprara is already the second key linebacker to miss time with Elijah Zeise out for the season. Head coach Pat Narduzzi said during his press conference this week that he expects Caprara to play.

Keep in mind, however, that Caprara was listed as probable for the North Carolina game and wound up not playing, so it’s hard to tell at this point. Plus, Craig Meyer of the Post-Gazette noted that Caprara and fellow linebacker Bam Bradley were wearing yellow jerseys at practice on Wednesday, meaning they weren’t full participants. Obviously something to watch going forward.

Another key thing here is that freshman cornerback Damar Hamlin could be on the field sooner rather than later. He’s been a full participant in practice per several media members on Twitter and seems like he could be ready to go soon. Pitt’s cornerbacks have struggled so far but the question is when Hamlin could be ready to play after having missed so much time.

Finally, on top of the season ending injuries, wide receiver Dontez Ford will obviously miss this one since he’s expected to be out for quite a while longer with his shoulder injury. Head coach Pat Narduzzi hasn’t commented much on Ford, but Ford’s high school coach did confirm that he underwent surgery earlier this month. His loss continues to hurt as the team hopes to improve upon its passing game.

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Quadree Henderson leads NCAA D-I in all-purpose yardage

Quadree Henderson has come almost out of nowhere to become a major contributor to Pitt's football team in 2016. The Pitt wide receiver has done so much in so many places that he actually leads the entire NCAA in D-I in terms of total all purpose yardage.

Henderson has racked up an incredible 825 total yards already through either receptions, rushes, and kick/punt return yards. That's good enough for first in D-I and his 206.25 yards per game are good enough for third in the nation.

One of the impressive things about Henderson being so high up on the list is the number of total plays he's been involved in compared to the two guys ahead of him on the per game average list - Heisman contender Christian McCaffrey and Donnel Pumphrey, the nation's leading rusher. Henderson has had 'only' 48 touches while McCaffrey has had twice as many touches (96) and Pumphrey has 82.

In a nutshell, those guys are barely beating him in per game average with many more opportunities. If you gave Henderson another 40 touches or so and there's no telling how much yardage he would have piled up.

Sure, much of the damage that Henderson has done has been on special teams. But that's also part of what makes him so dynamic. He has one kickoff return for a touchdown and has had a few long returns and gives Pitt a constant threat to break a game wide open. And while he has only 126 receiving yards, Henderson has also done a lot of damage as a runner with 260 rushing yards. He's the team's second leading rusher behind only James Conner and, considering how much we all talked up the running back depth on this team, that's pretty astonishing. Those 260 yards put him at No. 87 in the nation overall - and he's a wide receiver.

Pitt doesn't yet have the go to receiver that they lost in Tyler Boyd. But Henderson is doing more than his fair share of contributing and helping the Panthers' offense make plays.

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Pitt vs. Marshall: Breaking Down the Two-Deep

Looking at Pitt’s depth chart for Saturday’s game with Marshall.

Quarterback - 1. Nate Peterman 2. Manny Stocker

Nate Peterman started out strong on Saturday against North Carolina. He was 13-14 and was managing the game very well. I’m not sure who to blame for his fourth quarter play. Is it him? Is Matt Canada playing it conservative with Peterman? Is Narduzzi making that call? It’s all too strange. Either way, Peterman was 1-4 in the fourth quarter, his only competition was on a screen to Conner.

Look, I’m not in the blame Nate Peterman game. He is what he is. All I know is, Pitt needs to convert third downs late in games. The offense is scoring points, but they need to carry extra weight since the defense is so bad. Another play or two by the offense doesn’t put the defense in that position.

Running Back - 1. James Conner 2. Chawntez Moss OR Darrin Hall OR Qadree Ollison

James Conner had another strong game last week, and is putting together a nice season. One noticeable addition to Conner’s game is catching the ball. He now leads Pitt in both rushing and receiving yards. His added versatility is a nice plus.

Chawntez Moss is starting to look like the second back on the team. He had seven carries for 47 yards against the Tar Heels. He came in for a series early in the third quarter and made some nice plays, including a 13 yard run in which he was carrying defenders. He looks very good for a true freshmen.

Darrin Hall was third among the running backs with six carries (19 yards) while last season’s ACC Rookie of the Year, Qadree Ollison, was limited to just two carries for five yards. Not sure if Moss will continue to take carries from these guys, but for now he seems to be in the coaching staff’s good graces.

Fullback - 1. George Aston 2. Jaymar Parrish

George Aston is slowing becoming a cult hero. He scored his third touchdown of the season against the Tar Heels. Aston runs surprising well for a former walk-on. He’s come up with some big plays, and is really a fan favorite already.

Wide Receiver - 1. Jester Weah Quadree Henderson 2. Aaron Mathews OR Zach Challingsworth Tre Tipton 3. Rafael Araujo-Lopes

Qaudree Henderson is first nationally in total all-purpose yards, and is third in yards per game average behind only Christian McCaffrey and San Diego State star, Donnel Pumphrey. Henderson hauled in only three catches against the Tar Heels, but posted 100 yards rushing for the first time in his career. The jet-sweep by Matt Canada has been a revelation of sorts, and has confused teams for three straight weeks, all the while making Quadree Henderson one of the best weapons in college

Jester Weah chipped in one catch for 14 yards. Tre Tipton came down with three receptions for 18 yards, and Araujo-Lopes had one catch for seven yards. It appears these are the three players alongside Henderson that will anchor the receivers. They need more from the passing game in general, and these guys need to get open to make some plays.

Tight End - 1. Scott Orndoff 2. Jaymar Parrish

Scott Orndoff had nine catches in the first two weeks, and just had one since. He recorded zero catches against North Carolina. Orndoff is a solid weapon, and one I think Pitt should utilize more. We’ll see if he can get into the mix against Marshall.

Surprisingly, Jaymar Parrish hauled in a 22 yard catch against North Carolina. You don’t normally think of Parrish being a downfield receiving threat, but he made a big play.

LT - 1. Adam Bisnowaty 2. Aaron Reese

LG - 1. Dorian Johnson 2. Carson Baker

C - 1. Alex Officer 2. Connor Dintino

RG - 1. Alex Bookser 2. John Guy

RT - 1. Brian O’Neill 2. Jaryd Jones-Smith

You can’t ask much more from Pitt’s offensive line. They are controlling the line of scrimmage each and every week. Pitt is eating up the time of possession, and the rushing game ranks 15th nationally, and third in the ACC. Peterman generally has time to throw as well. They are fine, and just need to stay healthy.

DE - 1. Ejuan Price Rori Blair 2. Allen Edwards James Folston 3. Rashad Weaver

Ejuan Price is second in the country in sacks and tackles for loss. He is tied for third in forced fumbles. Price had some big plays on Saturday against North Carolina including a tackle for loss on Ryan Switzer that caused a safety.

Blair came down with half a sack, and two tackles against North Carolina. The Tar Heels got rid of the ball quickly, and it seemed like the pass rush was hard to get going consistently.

DT - 1. Shakir Soto 2. Keyshon Camp OR Amir Watts

I thought Shakir Soto had a very strong game on Saturday. He had four tackles, with one of them going for a loss. It’s hard to always judge how a defensive tackle plays, but I thought he made his impact felt. Overall, his move inside has been a positive in my eyes.

NT - 1. Tyrique Jarrett 2. Shane Roy OR Mike Herndon

It’s not always about the stats with a nose tackle. He’s there to clog the middle. North Carolina was held to 18 yards on 22 carries this past week. While Pitt’s pass defense is in shambles, the run defense has been pretty good. It’s just a bit overshadowed a bit.

Money Linebacker - 1. Mike Caprara 2. Saleem Brightwell

Caprara was out Saturday and is still listed as the starter anyway, but his backup Saleem Brightwell was on the field quite a bit. Brightwell was active with a sack, a fumble recovery, and pass breakup to go along with five tackles. He was a recruit many were excited about out of high school, perhaps he gets himself into the mix more each and every week.

Mike Linebacker - 1. Matt Galambos 2. Quintin Wirginis

Matt Galambos had four tackles, while Wirginis chipped in with three. Wirginis recorded his second sack of the season as well. Again as I mentioned above, the run defense was solid. The defense got some pressure on the quarterback as well, but this pass defense is among the worst in the country.

Star Linebacker - 1. Seun Idowu 2. Bam Bradley

This spot was a problem on Saturday. It kept getting matched with a slot receiver, and Idowu was not up to the task. Narduzzi keeps mentioning he won’t change personnel, but this isn’t working out too well. I believe they miss Elijah Zeise here.

Cornerback - 1. Avonte Maddox Ryan Lewis 2. Dane Jackson Phillipie Motley

Not much to say here, we’ve been watching it for three weeks now.

Strong Safety - 1. Jordan Whitehead 2. Dennis Briggs

I thought Whitehead was better against North Carolina than the Oklahoma State, although the bar was rather low for that. Whitehead led the team with 12 tackles, and had a forced fumble on a big hit in the first quarter. The pass coverage is on the entire secondary, but fewer big plays seems to happen when Whitehead is near.

Free Safety - 1. Terrish Webb 2. Reggie Mitchell

This position has been a letdown this season given their experience.

Kicker - Chris Blewitt Punter - Ryan Winslow Long Snapper - Pat Quirin

Chris Blewitt nailed a 50 yard field goal and a 40 yard field goal, while also going a perfect 4/4 from extra points. He turned his season around rather quickly after a very poor start.

Kick/Punt Returner - 1. Quadree Henderson 2. Avonte Maddox

Be honest, there was a split second you thought Henderson was going the whole way with two seconds left.

King of the Hill: ACC Football Power Rankings (Week 4)

Here’s a look at this week’s updated rankings

Here are this week’s ACC Power Rankings.

The big dilemma for me was trying to figure out what to do with Pitt. They sit at only 2-2 but have suffered some really late losses and were in position to win both road games.

Ultimately, I kept them at No. 7 but went back and forth a bit between that spot and No. 8 where 3-1 Georgia Tech resides. Tech’s narrow win against Boston College earlier this year coupled with a three-score loss to Clemson at home was enough for me to slot them just behind the Panthers.

Still not buying into the Wake Forest hype train just yet with their four wins against Tulane, Duke, Delaware, and Indiana.

Let me know what I got right/wrong in the comments. Previous week’s ranking is in parentheses.

  1. Louisville (1) / 4-0: 31-point beatdown against Marshall
  2. Clemson (3) / 4-0: After a slow start to the season, Clemson moves up a spot with a nice 26-7 win over Georgia Tech
  3. Miami (2) / 3-0: Hurricanes were idle
  4. Florida State (4) / 3-1: 55-35 win over South Florida
  5. North Carolina (5) / 3-1: 37-36 win over Pitt
  6. Virginia Tech (9) / 3-1: Another blowout win for Hokies with 54-17 victory over East Carolina
  7. Pitt (7) / 2-2: Narrow loss to Tar Heels keeps Panthers at No. 7
  8. Georgia Tech (6) / 3-1: 19-point loss to Clemson drops Yellow Jackets down two spots
  9. Wake Forest (10) / 4-0: Demon Deacons still perfect after 33-28 win over Indiana
  10. North Carolina State (8) / 2-1: Idle Wolfpack drop two spots after other teams stepped up
  11. Duke (11) / 2-2: 38-35 win over a struggling Notre Dame team
  12. Boston College (12) / 2-2: 42-10 rout over Wagner
  13. Syracuse (13) / 2-2: 31-24 win over UConn
  14. Virginia (14) / 1-3: 49-35 win over Central Michigan
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More talk of Jamel Artis at point guard

Pitt basketball could move their small forward for this season

Earlier this year, there was quite a bit of discussion after some comments made by Pitt forward Jamel Artis about possibly playing point guard for the team this season. Head coach Kevin Stallings not only reiterated that, but also says Artis is actually the favorite to win that job:

Kevin Stallings told @CBSSports that Jamel Artis is currently the favorite to be Pitt's starting point guard this season.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) September 26, 2016

Artis playing point isn’t surprising news since that was stated back in July. But this is the first I’ve seen of Stallings saying he’s the leader to win that job.

Now, how much he plays there is up for debate. Stallings, in fact, said recently that he would play ‘some’ point guard.

Pitt, of course, lost long-time starter James Robinson to graduation this past season and needs a replacement. There are options, such as sophomore Damon Wilson and upperclassman Jonathan Milligan. In addition, there’s Crisshawn Clark and incoming freshman Justice Kithcart. But the one thing Artis in that spot would allow is for the Panthers’ to field a bigger lineup. Pitt could even conceivably have a massive backcourt if they decided to start Cameron Johnson at shooting guard. I’m not sure that happens with Chris Jones there, but you get my point. Some combination of Artis, Jones/Johnson, and say, Sheldon Jeter, Ryan Luther, and Michael Young, gives the team quite a bit of height.

It’s going to be interesting how this shakes out. One concern of mine was that Artis could lose some of his scoring focus, which has been crucial for the team at times, if he’s worried about running the offense. But perhaps that’s made up for with the development of guys like Johnson and Luther. In addition, Stallings said in that linked Trib article that he wants Artis to be a ‘scoring’ point guard and not just setting up players/running the offense. That gives me some form of confidence in knowing that Stallings realizes how important he is as a scorer.

Also keep in mind that this is something that could help Artis’ draft stock. Currently, he’s more of a fringe guy as an undrafted free agent, but a bit year could easily vault him into the second round. Don’t forget, Lamar Patterson was completely off the radar before his senior season when he worked his way into the NBA Draft. If Artis is able to show off his ballhandling and playmaking abilities, that will give scouts another reason to keep him on their radar. He wouldn’t be a point guard in the NBA but those abilities would help him get noticed.

Again, we’ll have to wait and see how this all shakes out. At the very least, it sounds as if Stallings is planning on shaking things up quite a bit with an established roster.

Something to watch for the upcoming season.

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Pat Narduzzi says personnel changes could come at Pitt

After Pitt's secondary collapse against Oklahoma State a couple of games ago, Pat Narduzzi was asked if there would be any personnel changes coming. At the time, he said no.

However, it sounds as if the head coach is reconsidering after yet another disappointing game by the Panthers' pass defense.

"You might see one or two," Narduzzi said when asked if the Panthers coaches would be making any personnel changes. "I don't know if it will help things. There's always time to shake things up a little bit and we'll shake things up."

Narduzzi also made a point to say that he believes that the coaches have most of the right players on the field. But his admission that there could be changes coming means that they are at least open to trying a few different guys.

So where could Pitt be making some changes? I mean, if it's not the secondary, I don't know where it would be. One that stands out to me in particular is safety. Terrish Webb had a rough game against North Carolina and if you remember back to training camp, the safety spot opposite Jordan Whitehead was one that went right down to the wire with Webb and Reggie Mitchell, a former starter. Giving Mitchell a crack at the starting job might not be a terrible idea.

Then there's cornerback. Unfortunately, the team isn't as deep here with another known commodity available. Both Avonte Maddox and Ryan Lewis have struggled this year and some might argue that Maddox has been worse. Ironically, Maddox was/is the No. 1 guy out of camp and his job wasn't seen as up for grabs while Lewis was fighting to win his.

The problem is that there isn't a Mitchell-like opportunity here. Pitt could try to turn to one of its younger guys like Dane Jackson or Phillipie Motley, the two players listed behind Maddox and Lewis on the depth chart. But both are underclassmen, as are others such as freshmen Malik Henderson and Therran Coleman.

It's fine to clamor for changes, but part of the reason the Panthers have been hesitant to make moves there is simply because those guys are very, very green.

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Pitt lineman Dan Matha to make WWE/NXT television debut

An ex-football player is one of pro wrestling’s up and comers

I always expected that if I was writing about a former Pitt football player joining the WWE, it would be former defensive lineman Ty Ezell. Ezell always had WWE aspirations if the NFL didn’t work out and to date, it hasn’t.

But another former Panthers player looks like he’s not only in the WWE, but potentially on a track to becoming a key guy.

Offensive lineman Dan Matha.

Matha, you might recall, was a pretty solid recruit that came to Pitt over Michigan State and West Virginia, among others. Unfortunately with shoulder injuries eating into his career, he never played at Pitt despite being here for three years as a tackle. Matha eventually went to nearby IUP and starred at the D-II level. He got a look in the NFL, but never worked out there.

Seemingly, he dropped off the face of the earth. But Matha was already planning his next career in pro wrestling.

Matha is set to make his television debut in WWE’s NXT circuit in less than two weeks after a promo was run for him during this past Wednesday’s show. He’s been in some NXT matches at events but none televised that I’m aware of.

All of that might sound like nothing if you’ve not heard of it, but NXT is the company’s premier minor league system, if you will. It’s not found on cable TV but despite being only on the WWE Network, has a massive following. In other words, Matha will have many eyes on him in a very short amount of time.

Wrestling fans don’t know what to make of him, either. Many wrestlers toil for years before getting recognition from the WWE. Apparently after a short stint in the Ohio Valley Wrestling training school, he landed a WWE tryout and was quickly signed last fall.

In pro wrestling, that sort of thing doesn’t happen all the time. Wrestlers can be on the independent circuits for years and years without drawing any attention at all, let alone being signed. The WWE does have a penchant for taking athletes from football and giving them a shot, but as a whole, Matha has shot up the ladder much faster than is the norm.

Pittsburgh is known for producing some WWE talent, as this article cites. And not on their list was Matt Bloom, who played football at Pitt in the 1990s. Bloom (aka Tensai, A-Train, etc.) was also 6’7” like Matha and an offensive tackle for the Panthers before going on to a long career in pro wrestling.

Physically, the dude is jacked. Here’s Matha in action lifting, um, a lot of weight quite a few times. We’ll see how much he’s learned in the short time he’s been on the wrestling circuit pretty soon.

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Weekly Kickoff: Pitt has chance to rebound vs. Marshall

The Panthers will look to snap a two-game losing streak

Pitt has come close to knocking off two quality teams on the road but lost in the final minutes against both Oklahoma State and North Carolina. Instead of being 4-0, the Panthers find themselves at 2-2 and desperately in need of a win.

They’ll get that chance against the Marshall Thundering Herd this weekend.

Pitt faces Marshall in a night kickoff this weekend as the team gets back to its home field. Seemingly, this is what the Panthers need to get back on track.

No, Marshall isn’t necessarily a gimme but it’s obviously a game that Pitt should win.

The Thundering Herd looked incredibly impressive with a 62-0 win over Morgan State. But since then, they’ve struggled badly. First came a 65-38 blowout loss to Akron. This past weekend, Marshall was routed 59-28 against Louisville.

The big thing here to watch is the status of quarterback Chase Litton. Litton dropped six touchdown passes against Morgan State then added four more against Akron before suffering concussion symptoms. He wasn’t healthy enough to play against Louisville on Saturday and his availability will be something to watch.

Pitt fans will likely be scared by some of those passing numbers and, well, given the state of the secondary, they probably should be. Litton is yet another quarterback they’ll face with the ability to sling the ball all over the field and not only put up 722 passing yards in those first two games but has those ten passing touchdowns. If he’s able to play this weekend, that could hurt.

For Marshall’s sake, they better hope he does go. His replacement, Garet Morrell, didn’t fare nearly as well this weekend. Sure, he was facing Louisville. But Morrell really struggled to do much of anything despite two touchdown passes. On the day, he was 9-21 for only 59 yards and an interception. You have to figure that even Pitt’s suspect secondary should be able to rebound well if it’s Morrell in the game.

While Marshall’s passing game will depend on which quarterback is in there, the running game looks to be solid. It’s a by-committee approach there with four guys carrying the load. Keion Davis, Hyleck Foster, Tony Pittman, and Anthony Anderson have combined for 119 carries and 465 rushing yards.

Defensively, the Thundering Herd have struggled. They shut out Morgan State, but allowed a whopping 124 points to Akron and Louisville. Marshall has had problems against both the run and the pass, but probably struggled a little more in the passing game, allowing nearly 800 yards in the air in both of those games.

It will be interesting to see if Pitt tries to air it out a bit more this week. Nathan Peterman has certainly shown some limitations but facing an opponent that’s been pretty bad in pass defense might mean the Panthers try to pass a little bit more. I’m not expecting a 300-yard game or anything but Peterman could do a bit more this weekend.

The past two weeks have been disappointing. But playing good teams on the road is never easy. A 2-2 record at this point with that schedule, while frustrating given that Pitt had last week’s game won, is entirely reasonable for a program still on the rise. But there’s no doubt that the Panthers need to rebound on Saturday and cannot afford a loss going up against Marshall at home.

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LSU fires Miles as football coach

LSU fired Les Miles as its head football coach Sunday, the school confirmed to the Baton Rouge Advocate.

Cam Cameron also was fired as the Tigers’ offensive coordinator. Defensive line coach Ed Orgeron will be introduced as interim coach on Monday, the school said.

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LSU, ranked No. 5 in the preseason Top 25, fell to 2-2 on Saturday night after an 18-13 loss at Auburn. It was the worst start for LSU since Miles took over as coach in 2005.

 “Decisions like this are never easy ones to make,” LSU athletic director Joe Alleva said in a statement. “Coach Miles has done a tremendous job here and he’s been a great ambassador for our University, which makes this even more difficult.”

Miles, who turns 63 in November, went 114-34 in 11 seasons at LSU and led the Tigers to the BCS national championship in 2007.

LSU (2-2, 1-1 Southeastern Conference) opened the season with a 16-14 loss to Wisconsin, the Tigers’ first defeat in a season opener since 2002. The Tigers beat Jacksonville State and Mississippi State before Saturday's loss at Auburn (2-2, 1-1). LSU hosts Missouri at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Tiger Stadium. 

Orgeron was head coach at Mississippi from 2005 to 2007. He also served as interim head coach in 2013 at Southern California after Lane Kiffin was fired during that season, going 6-2.

Panther of the Game: Offensive Line

The offensive line paved the way for Pitt and gave them a real shot at winning a big conference road game.

Before we get to the Panther of the Game, I have to tell you that this was a very difficult decision yesterday. For a good while, I actually wanted to go with Nathan Peterman, but the last couple of series made me rethink that one. Quadree Henderson had another amazing game with over 100 yards rushing. Ejuan Price was a monster, but I feel like if I picked a defensive player, I would have to change all of my contact information and move. I think today we’ll go with a group; and that group was Pitt’s offensive line.

They had the bad snap and I believe one holding penalty on the day, but other than that, they played a pretty dominant game. Pitt kept the ball for over 40 minutes yesterday. They gave up two sacks and one was after the bad snap. The other was a one-yard loss on a Peterman scramble. Take away the snap, which lost 28 yards, and Pitt rushed for over 300 yards on the day.

It didn’t matter who carried the ball for Pitt yesterday. They simply churned out yardage. Henderson finished with over 100 yards. Conner knocked out 66 yards, while Moss had a nice 47 yards. Peterman and Hall recorded 19 yards each, and positive yardage from everyone on the day. 10 players, in all, carried the rock on the day. I think you also have to remember, that for the third week in a row, Pitt was facing a defense that dared them to throw the ball. Peterman also had plenty of time to throw the ball.

We can nitpick all day long about the bad snap, and maybe not opening holes on the last two series, but I feel like no matter who we picked yesterday, you could find something that wasn’t good on the day for them. It was one of those games, where it would have looked a lot better had Pitt held on for the win.

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