Pitt senior running back Darrin Hall has been named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week.
Hall had 245 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in Pitt’s 23-13 win over then-No. 23 Virginia at Scott Stadium on Friday night.
Most of his contributions were on the ground, as Hall had 19 carries for 229 yards and touchdowns of two, 41 and 75 yards.
He was part of a Pitt rushing attack that amassed 254 yards on the ground against the Cavaliers.
Hall is the seventh Pitt player to win a weekly Walter Camp Award since 2004, and the first since quarterback Nate Peterman won after Pitt upset Clemson in 2016.
The Walter Camp Football Foundation was founded in 1889 “to preserve and promote the tradition of selecting a collegiate All-America team … and pay tribute to individuals who contribute to the great American game of football, perpetuate his ideals and support humanitarian programs and activities.”