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By Bill Bender -

So coach Mark Dantonio and Narduzzi molded a nasty defense and backed it up with a punishing run game. Eight years later, Michigan State is coming off back-to-back top-five finishes and is near the front of the College Football Playoff conversation. Narduzzi, a defensive coordinator for the last 12 years, left that for his first head coaching job at Pittsburgh.

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By Mike Prisuta - Pittsburgh Magazine

As he took the podium upon officially being introduced as the latest new head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh, Pat Narduzzi did what it seems everyone in his position resorts to doing.

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Pitt Football's Visit to Mel Blount Youth Home

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Coach Narduzzi ACC Media Day Press Conference

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2015 Pitt Football Summer Commercial

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Pitt Football in the News: July 9, 2015

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Calling All Panther Fans: Lucas Goeller Blood Drive

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Join the Goeller family, University of Pittsburgh and Central Blood Bank at a replenishment drive.

Friday, July 10
Noon to 7 p.m.
Petersen Events Center

Complimentary parking for donors in the Soldiers and Sailors Parking Garage (shuttle service to the Petersen Events Center will be provided).

Random drawings for University of Pittsburgh Panther sports memorabilia and other prizes!

To schedule an appointment:
Call 866-366-6771 or visit

Walk-ins welcome. Mention LUCAS upon donation.

Prepare For Your Donation - Eat Well - Stay Hydrated - Bring ID

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Pitt LiveWire Video: Coach Jordano Interview

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Competitiveness. Passion. Fire. These are the traits head coach Joe Jordano and his staff look for in their potential student-athletes.

Take a look inside Panthers baseball and hear from Coach Jordano while he shares his vision for the Pitt baseball program as it builds for a strong future in the elite ACC.

Pitt star Conner befriends ailing Erie boy

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The pain racing through James Conner's hip was so intense he was forced to do the unthinkable:

He sat out the second half of last year's Pitt/Syracuse game.

But before going to the sideline to watch the remainder of Pitt's 30-7 victory, the star running back turned his attention to a 6-year-old boy to whom he had made a promise.

Before the game, Conner told Roman Pfister, who was recovering from his third open heart surgery, that he would score a touchdown for him.

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