Update (6:20 PM)-
— 247Sports (@247Sports) November 29, 2021
Update (4:15 PM)-
**This afternoon, Pitt extended an offer to 2023 4-star tight end Riley Williams from Central Catholic High School in Portland, Oregon. Williams is rated as one of the Top 200 juniors in the country and one of the Top 10 tight ends. Currently, he holds offers from Arizona State, California, Colorado, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oregon, Tennessee, USC, Utah and Washington. Williams received the offer from Pat Narduzzi and Tim Salem.
— Big12Performance (@B12PFootball) November 29, 2021
Update (1:52 PM)-
🥇 Congratulations @lee_ayers1 !
Stat Sheet = Stuffed🦃
23.0 ppg., 6.5 rpg., 2.0 spg., 56% FG
— Duquesne Basketball (@DuqMBB) November 29, 2021
Update (12:11 PM)-
**Pitt OC Mark Whipple doesn’t make the list of finalists for the Broyles Award.
Broyles Award finalists, signifying nation’s top assistant
Josh Gattis, Michigan
Jeff Grimes, Baylor
Jim Knowles, Oklahoma State
Dan Lanning, Georgia
Warren Ruggiero, Wake Forest
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 29, 2021
Update (10:37 AM)-
Around the Dial: ESPN will have the astute Mark Jones, highly acclaimed broadcast rookie Robert Griffith III and Quint Kessenich on the call Saturday for the Subway ACC Championship Game between Pittsburgh/Wake Forest. Game airs in primetime on ABC.
— Rudy Martzke (@FakeRudyMartzke) November 29, 2021
Update (8:45 AM)-
**On Sunday, Tim Salem and Dave Borbely extended an offer to 2023 4-star offensive tackle Olaus Alinen from Windsor, Connecticut. Alinen is rated as one of the top junior offensive tackles in the country. 247 Sports ranks him No. 13 and the No. 131 overall junior recruit. Currently, Alinen holds offers from schools like Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, Texas, USC, Virginia and West Virginia.
Update (8:30 AM)-
ICYMI: Check out our new feature tracking all the transfer portal moves and decommitments from across college football.
Update (8:23 AM)-
**Former Pitt running back AJ Davis has committed to play at James Madison for his last season.
— AJ Davis (@ajdavis_1k) November 28, 2021
Update (8:19 AM)-
Recruits we’re excited to come out and see you but we will be preparing for a championship game this week‼️🏆
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) November 29, 2021
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