Greg Romeus

Pittsburgh Panthers #91 - Defensive Linesman

  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 270

#95 Days until Pitt football: Mick Williams


Our countdown continues with the former defensive lineman

Cardiac Hill's All-Time Heinz Field Pitt Team


The staff at Cardiac Hill put together our list of the best Pitt players to suit up in the Heinz Field era

TJ Clemmings to play offensive line

Redshirt sophomore TJ Clemmings has moved from defensive end to offensive tackle.

Notre Dame vs. Pitt Preview: Time for a Winning Streak?


Is Notre Dame about to start a winning streak? An in-depth look at the Irish road test at Pittsburgh this weekend.

Greg Romeus Still Battling Injury In New Orleans Saints' Camp


Greg Romeus is still battling injury in the New Orleans Saints camp and hasn't been on the field. I was hoping to see him be ready for the season ... heck, when I checked in on him after the draft,...

Big East Football Top 25: Pitt Has Four Players On ESPN List

+ Big East blogger Andrea Adelson is wrapping up her top 25 Big East player list and Pitt is well represented. The Panthers placed four players in her top list including Tino Sunseri (No....

Pitt Football Fall Camp: DE Bryan Murphy Will Miss 2011 Season


Todd Graham's first fall camp as Pitt's head coach is underway.

Summer Study: The Nitro Defense, DL & LB


The Nitro Defense will hopefully live up to its explosive name. What will the defensive line and linebacker squads look like for Pitt this year?

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Brandon Lindsey In Line For Big Year?


Brandon Lindsey came out of nowhere last season and filled Greg Romeus' shoes better than anyone could have expected. Sure, we've been over the fact that Lindsey's big year was due at least in part...

"Watch List" Watch: Pitt Panthers Edition


The Pitt Panthers are showing up on watch lists for various awards.

College Football Preseason Rankings: Sporting News Slots Pitt, Penn State, And West Virginia


The Sporting News recently released its rankings of all 120 Division I teams. West Virginia came in at No. 22 and Penn State was No. 24. Pitt was slotted at No. 36 to round out the local field.↵T...

Why The 2011 Pitt Football Team Could Be Better Than You Think


Plenty is up in the air with new starters, a new coaching staff, and a new system.