QB Nate Peterman threw for two touchdowns and 222 yards in win over the Cavaliers.
Iowa hits a 57-yard field goal in the final seconds
Redshirt freshman running back Qadree Ollison ran for 207 yards
The Pitt offense returns eight starters from last season
Quotes and videos from practice on Thursday, April 9
Redshirt freshman Qadree Ollison ran for 207 and Pittsburgh beat Youngstown State 45-37 to give Pat Narduzzi a victory in his head coaching debut.
2013: Enrolled at Pitt in January 2013 following his December graduation from Seton-LaSalle High School...played in the season's first nine games, starting five, before suffering a season-ending knee injury vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 9)...totaled six catches for 50 yards (8.3 avg.) and two touchdowns on the year...TD receptions came against New Mexico (four yards) and Duke (17 yards))...ACC All-Academic Football Team honoree.
HIGH SCHOOL: Considered one of the nation's top 20 tight end prospects by Rivals and Scout...two-time All-State Class AA selection by the Pennsylvania Sports Writers...two-time Pennsylvania Football News first team All-Class AA...Pittsburgh Post-Gazette South "Fabulous 22"...averaged 17.9 yards per catch (35 receptions for 625 yards) over his junior and senior seasons...led Seton-LaSalle to a combined 20-3 record (.870) his final two years, including a pair of berths in the WPIAL Class AA playoffs...rated the No. 12 overall prospect in Pennsylvania by Rivals and No. 17 by Scout...played under Coach Greg Perry.
PERSONAL: Scott Blair Orndoff, born 12/16/93, is the son of R. Scott and Beverly Orndoff...has four sisters...father played football at California University of Pennsylvania before going on to play professionally with the USFL's Philadelphia Stars and Washington Federals...administration of justice major.
Pittsburgh Drops 29-24 Decision to Miami
PRICE NAMED BEDNARIK AWARD NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
MEET THE PRESS: PAT NARDUZZI PREVIEWS MIAMI
EJUAN PRICE NAMED ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK
PITT HOSTS ACC FOE MIAMI HURRICANES IN HEINZ FIELD FINALE
Peterman Throws Four TDs as Pitt Defeats Louisville 45-34