Shane Johnson

Pittsburgh Panthers #64 - Offensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 330

Steve Addazio Talks Team Rhythm, a Well Timed Bye Week, and National Recruitment

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"There’s a great buzz about the program right now"

Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 2017 Team Preview

Coastal Carolina brings success from their days in FCS to the #FunBelt in 2017 but will this transition to a new level of football bring wins?

Pitt has potential, power, peril

The starting 22 for Paul Chryst's third Pitt team could be full of youth and upside. But just about every Pitt unit could get decimated by injuries or attrition. Regardless, the potential is high...

2013 Virginia Football Previews: Pitt

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The Hoos head on the road for the first time this season, up to Pittsburgh for their ACC opener. Wait, Pitt is in the ACC now? Pitt's defense has been struggling, but their offense is on fire. The...

Pitt holds steady amid change

Pitt has mastered the art of overachieving in unimpressive fashion, but has weathered a series of awkward coaching changes. Can that continue after quite a bit of turnover and roster issues?

Paul Chryst suspends lineman Arthur Doakes

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The guard will not suit up for the Panthers in their bowl game this weekend.

Pitt vs. Syracuse: The Depth Chart

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Pitt released their updated depth chart for the game against Syracuse on Friday night

Pitt vs. Gardner-Webb: Breaking Down the Two-Deep

This week there are a few small changes for Pitt in the depth chart heading into Saturday's game against Gardner-Webb.

Pitt vs. Virginia Tech: Breaking Down the Two-Deep

The depth chart heading into Pitt's big game against Virginia Tech was released on Monday.

Pitt vs. Youngstown State: Breaking Down the Two-Deep

Pitt's first depth chart was released on Monday. A break down of the depth chart is here.

Cardiac Hill's 2012 Football Season Preview - Part II (Defense / Special Teams)

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2012 Pitt Panthers season preview (defense and special teams)

Projecting Paul Chryst's 2012 Pittsburgh Depth Chart: Back To The Ground

Paul Chryst is evidently about to become Pittsburgh's next head coach. His inherited offensive personnel will have gone from run-first, to pass-first, back to run-first in a short amount of time.