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  1. Former Hoosier joins YSU men's basketball staffRead the original story

    Monday Sep 21 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Former Indiana University point guard Stew Robinson, who later coached under both Bob Knight and Pat Knight at Texas Tech, has been added to the Youngstown State men's basketball coaching staff. Robinson comes to the Penguins from Illinois-Chicago where he was recruiting coordinator for the last four seasons.


  2. Scouting Report: Week 3Read the original story

    Saturday Sep 19 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Youngstown State coach Bo Pelini called his team's toughness into question earlier this week following an overtime victory over Robert Morris. The first-year YSU coach wasn't pleased that the 16th-ranked Penguins played poorly in their home debut a week after nearly defeating Pitt on the road.


  3. Richmond back in stride with YSURead the original story

    Sunday Sep 13 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Richmond injured himself toward the end of Youngstown State's indoor track season and was out all of outdoor season. He went through summer training without a hitch, until he got to early August.


  4. Freshman back sparks PanthersRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 12 | Altoona Mirror

    Qadree Ollison rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown on Saturday night, powering Pittsburgh to a 24-7 victory over Akron. The 6-foot-2, 230-pound freshman logged 21 carries despite leaving the field twice with minor left leg injuries.


  5. A little bit of payback tops Pitt's to-do list today at AkronRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 11 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Last week, the Panthers exorcised demons from their 2012 loss against Youngstown State. Tonight at Akron, they will attempt to avenge a 2014 loss to the Zips at Heinz Field.


  6. Kicker overcomes jitters for YSURead the original story

    Friday Sep 11 | Tribune-Chronicle

    As a true freshman place kicker, it was natural for Kennedy to be anxious entering his first game as a member of the Youngstown State University football team, and he admitted his heart was pumping at Heinz Field last Saturday in a matchup with Pittsburgh. "When I first walked out through the tunnel and 50,000 people we're booing us, I don't think I'll ever experience something like that again," said Kennedy, a 2015 Cardinal Mooney graduate.


  7. Howland grad Sullivan sees bigger role at YSURead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 8 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Austin McLean is Youngstown State's top distance runner coming into this fall's cross country season, but look for Howland graduate and YSU sophomore Ryan Sullivan to make his impact. He started to shine last season during the 8K races, but really started to make his mark during the indoor and outdoor track and field seasons.


  8. Alexander shines in debut with PenguinsRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 6 | Tribune-Chronicle

    That's a lot for someone who spent the better part of his life doing just that, but after Nebraska played in the Jan. 1, 2014, Gator Bowl , Alexander was suspended for the 2014 season for an undisclosed reason. When Bo Pelini was fired from Nebraska last November, Alexander decided to join the new team of the person who recruited him, and Alexander showed why Pelini was on his trail in his first start at Youngstown State.


  9. YSU Scouting Report: Week 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 5 | Tribune-Chronicle

    Bo Pelini has said more than once that his goal is to return Youngstown State to the perennial power it was in the 1990s. He can start the rebirth with a bang today in Pittsburgh.


  10. Narduzzi: Pitt football team 'ready to go' without Conner against AkronRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 10 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    While most of Pitt's fan base has been speculating and worrying this week just how the team will fare the rest of the season without star running back James Conner, there's one group of about 100 guys who aren't at all concerned: The Panthers players. "Maybe I'm just blind, but our kids haven't winked," Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi said in his final media breifing Thursday.


  11. Against the Odds: Pitt favored in first road game against AkronRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 10 | Cardiac Hill

    Welcome to the first 2015 edition of "Against the Odds", as we take a look at Pitt's chances from a Vegas perspective each week. Ordinarily, the books do not place lines on games that feature FBS teams playing FCS opponents.


  12. a Old schoola Voytik looking to improve against AkronRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 9 | O-R Online

    Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik completed 9 of 14 passes for 72 yards in the Panthers' season opener against Youngstown State.


  13. ACC upset watch: Can Wake Forest upend Syracuse?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 9 | ESPN

    There were no upsets in the ACC last week. Is that really going to last? Anybody who has followed the ACC for long knows the answer is no.


  14. Buckeyes pack too much punchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 7 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Braxton Miller scored two touchdowns, including an electrifying 53-yard run, and No. 1 Ohio State pulled away from Virginia Tech for a season-opening 42-24 victory Monday night in Blacksburg, Va.


  15. James Conner out for year with torn MCLRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 7 | The Pitt News

    Following an injury against Youngstown State on Saturday, Pitt running back James Conner will miss the remainder of the season due to a torn MCL in his right knee, head coach Pat Narduzzi announced at his weekly press conference Monday. "We thought he was okay.


  16. Pitt running back James Conner out for the seasonRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2015 | O-R Online

    PITTSBURGH – Pat Narduzzi's fear became a reality on Sunday when tests revealed that Pitt junior running back James Conner suffered a torn ACL in the Panthers' win over Youngstown State.


  17. At First Glance: Pitt vs. AkronRead the original story

    Monday Sep 7 | Cardiac Hill

    That's the overwhelming narrative after the first week of play for Pitt. There was a backup quarterback on the field in the first quarter, a injury, and some big scoring plays, but the discussion still centered around the Panthers pulling out a close win against Youngstown State .


  18. Pat Narduzzi comments on Pitt quarterback situation after gameRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 6 | Cardiac Hill

    In the aftermath of Pitt's close win against Youngstown State on Saturday , I fully expected the quarterback talk to be running rampant in the wake of Pat Narduzzi throwing backup into the game only three series into it. The reaction was mostly muted, however, in part to the other story lines such as Qadree Ollison's big day, the James Conner injury , and the breakdowns in the fourth quarter that allowed the Penguins to stay in it.


  19. Pittsburgh loses James Conner, struggles to beat Youngstown StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 5 | ESPN

    Pittsburgh had a tough time pulling away from Youngstown State, winning 45-37 on Saturday, surviving the final two and a half quarters without running back James Conner . The reigning ACC Player of the Year tweaked his right knee in the second quarter and didn't return.


  20. Pitt notebook: Orndoffa s catch bails out Voytik, produces TDRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 5 | O-R Online

    Pitt tight end Scott Orndoff , a Waynesburg native, grabs a pass in front of teammate Elijah Zeise as Youngstown State safety LeRoy Alexander defends Saturday during the fourth quarter.