Anthony Gonzalez

Pittsburgh Panthers #28 - Defensive Back

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 230
  • Seasons: SR

B5Q Blogopean Union: big time win for the volleyball team last night


Plus: the NHL started and there are Badgers involved; Wisconsin football helmets are scrutinized; and Giannis was in Madison!

Ranking the 20 most rewatchable games in Ohio State history: Nos. 16 and 15


We break down two more classics, plus discuss whether the Buckeyes were better in 2005 or 2006.

Dante Pettis’ record at Washington proves he’ll be more than a punt returner for the 49ers


Pettis’ career at Washington proves he’s more than just a record-setting return man.

Defining moments from ‘The Game’ 2001-2016


Who has made their mark in the nation’s premier rivalry over the past 16 years?

The good, the bad and the ugly from 30 years of non-conference OSU football


From John Cooper to Urban Meyer, how have the Buckeyes’ done against ranked non-conference opponents?

Football Outsiders projects top 10 WR prospects


Football Outsiders, known for being one of the best football analytics groups, thinks Will Fuller is a better wide receiver than Laquon Treadwell and Josh Doctson. Could the Bengals take a chance...

OSU's last win over Notre Dame has aged well


In what served as a jump start to Ohio State's undefeated 2006 regular season, the Buckeyes' 2006 Fiesta Bowl victory over Notre Dame had more story-lines than you might remember.

The right guy for a Pitt exorcism?

Pitt has high-upside offensive talent, a decent secondary, and two decades' worth of bad luck to overcome. Is new head coach Pat Narduzzi the guy to exorcise the Heinz Field demons?

Syracuse Football 2015 Opponent Preview: Pitt


Our 2015 Syracuse football opponent preview continues with the Pittsburgh Panthers.

Pitt-Duke: Breaking down the two deep


Taking a look at Pitt's depth chart for the Duke game

Poll of the Week: Pitt Players in the NFL


While the Pittsburgh Panthers might not be consistently delivering on the field, there are several players that may have a chance to continue their careers in the NFL.