James Conner rushed for 153 yards and four first-half touchdowns on Saturday.
Coach Paul Chryst talks about Thursday's workout.
Coach Chryst has 15 practices scheduled beginning March 5.
Tino Sunseri passed for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.
2013: Did not play in any games and redshirted.
2011: Joined Pitt as a training camp walk-on...impressed during camp and was awarded a scholarship prior to the Sept. 3 season opener vs. Buffalo...played in four games (Maine, Notre Dame, Rutgers and Utah)...completed 12-of-33 passes for 55 yards with three interceptions.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Pearland to a 16-0 record and the Texas Class 5A Division I state championship as a senior...threw for 2,898 yards and 24 touchdowns, both single-season Pearland school records...finished his career as the school's all-time leader in passing yards (4,654), completions (306) and touchdown passes (41)...threw only three interceptions in 16 games his senior year, and only one of those picks led to points for the opponent...also rushed for eight touchdowns on the season...in the state title game against defending champion Euless Trinity in Cowboys Stadium, Anderson perfectly executed a trick pass "dead man" play that resulted in a key touchdown...the play was a top-10 highlight on ESPN and became a YouTube sensation...became the first Pearland quarterback to be named to the Texas Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State Team...All-District 24-5A...selected to play in the Texas-Louisiana Bayou Bowl all-star game...played under Coach Tony Heath...earned three varsity letters in football and one in baseball.
PERSONAL: Trey Walker Anderson was born 1/28/93...mother's name is Tammy Anderson...father's name is Tim Anderson...has one half brother...communication major.
Pitt held off by No. 25 Virginia Tech, 39-36
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Pitt hosts Thursday Night Showdown with Virginia Tech
FOX Names Price and Henderson Midseason All-Americans
Johnson named ESPN.com Midseason All-American
LaSala Promoted to Associate A.D. for Football Administration