Pitt defensive end Jabaal Sheard suspended indefinitely

Pitt Panthers senior starting defensive end Jabaal Sheard has been suspended indefinitely, the school announced Sunday evening. Sheard was involved in an altercation in the Southside early Sunday morning and was arrested and charged with various misdemeanor and summary offenses. “We are in the midst of gathering information on a weekend incident involving Jabaal Sheard,”

Pitt and West Virginia taking different routes on possible expansion

Pitt officials committed to the Big East The future of the Big East as a BCS conference or even a relevant conference remains murky as expansion throughout college football is on-going. The Pac-10 is making moves to becoming a 16-team Super conference and the Big Ten added an 12th member last week in Nebraska. The

NCAA: Nebraska to join Big 10; Missouri, Notre Dame to follow?

According to multiple reports, The University of Nebraska will officially announce on Friday that the school is joining the Big Ten. The Big Ten conference is looking to expand and Nebraska has been one of the top schools on the Big Tens radar. The Big Ten conference is also in serious discussions with Missouri and

NCAA: West Virginia’s Devin Ebanks declares for NBA

West Virginia University sophomore Devin Ebanks announced today that he will make himself available for the 2010 NBA draft. “I have decided to enter my name into the 2010 NBA draft,” says Ebanks. “I spoke to my mother and the coaching staff, and we have decided that I should explore my options to pursue a

NCAA: Hofstra seeks permission to speak to Pitt’s Tom Herrion

University of Pittsburgh Mens’ basketball assistant coach Tom Herrion is on the radar of Hofstra University, according to sources in the Pitt program. According to sources, Hofstra AD Jack Hayes is seeking permission to speak to Tom Herrion about Hofstra’s head coaching position. An interview could happen by the end of the week. Herrion joined

NCAA: IUP’s Joe Lombardi on RMU’s radar? Jamie Dixon buzz

College Basketball Coaching buzz Andy Katz of ESPN is reporting that Oregon is shooting large by going after Gonzaga’s Mark Few, Pitt’s Jamie Dixon and Florida’s Billy Donovan. Oregon officials have approached Dixon through back channels to gauge interest, according to a source in the Pitt program, but Dixon has expressed zero interest in Oregon