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Topic - Dave Wannstedt
Chan Gailey didn't work out after three losing seasons, leaving the BuffaloBills looking for their fifth head coach since 2001.
Chan Gailey didn't work out after three losing seasons, leaving the Buffalo Bills looking for their fifth head coach since 2001.
Titans owner Bud Adams laid down the challenge to his entire organization after Tennessee's brutal loss to Chicago, creating the latest NFL hot seat for coaches and general managers.
Star defensive end Mario Williams has agreed to a six-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.
The Buffalo Bills have hired William Inge as an assistant defensive line coach.
A person with knowledge of the decision says Pittsburgh has hired Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst as its head football coach.
Paul Chryst turned Wisconsin's historically ho-hum offense into a high-powered attack that lit up scoreboards across the Big Ten.
Todd Graham came to Pittsburgh in January promising to revitalize the Panthers.
New offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti isn't going to fix Rutgers' anemic offense with razzle-dazzle, or an air-it-out passing attack.
New Pittsburgh coach Todd Graham hasn't coached a down with the Panthers yet, but he's already put his stamp on the program.
Running back Fred Jackson took the handoff and was in the midst of making his first step forward when linebacker Shawne Merriman was suddenly all over him.
The Cleveland Browns got bigger and maybe a lot badder. That's a good thing.
Former Pitt football coach Dave Wannstedt believes he and his program were unfairly centered out in a magazine article that concluded the Panthers led the nation's top-ranked teams in players getting into trouble with the law.
Tulsa coach Todd Graham could be introduced Tuesday as Pitt's third football coach in a month, according to a person with knowledge of the search.
Todd Graham agreed Monday to leave Tulsa and become Pitt's third football coach in a month, a move designed to quickly bring stability to a program rocked by former coach Mike Haywood's arrest last month.
"To be quite honest with you, two months ago, I don't think anybody, maybe not even Shawne, had a vision of where he wanted to be and what he could do. We didn't," assistant head coach Dave Wannstedt said. "Was it going to be just walkthroughs, was it going to be half-speed tempo? And the guy has done everything that every other player on this field has done. That's been a real positive."
"Every player was evaluated and scrutinized, and we tried to project whether they would become productive members of our football program as well as the university at large," Wannstedt said by phone, repeating comments he made to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette a day earlier. "Every player and each incident was evaluated on an individual basis. And we did our due diligence to make sure that we treated each player fair."