Hall looks to help the Panthers up the ACC standings this Fall

Pittsburgh welcomes Youngstown State in week one (September 2).

Atlantic Coast Conference Football.

2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Standings
Atlantic Division
Clemson, 7-1 (14-1)
Louisville, 7-1 (9-4)
Florida State, 5-3 (10-3)
NC State, 3-5 (7-6)
Wake Forest, 3-5 (7-6)
Boston College, 2-6 (7-6)
Syracuse, 2-6 (4-8)

Coastal Division
Virginia Tech, 6-2 (10-4)
Miami, 5-3 (9-4)
North Carolina, 5-3 (8-5)
Pitt, 5-3 (8-5)
Georgia Tech, 4-4 (9-4)
Duke, 1-7 (4-8)
Virginia, 1-7 (2-10)

2016 ACC participation in Bowl games (9-2)
College Football Natl Championship – Clemson 35 Alabama 31
Fiesta Bowl (Semifinal) – Clemson 31 Ohio State 0
Orange Bowl – Florida State 33 Michigan 32
Taxslayer Bowl – Georgia Tech 33 Kentucky 18
Belk Bowl – Virginia Tech 35 Arkansas 24
Sun Bowl – Stanford 25 North Carolina 23
Russell Athletic Bowl – Miami 31 West Virginia 14
Military Bowl – Wake Forest 34 Temple 26
Independence Bowl – NC State 41 Vanderbilt 17
Pinstripe Bowl – Northwestern 31 Pitt 24
Quick Lane Bowl – Boston College 36 Maryland 30

Local players on ACC rosters in 2017
Pittsburgh Panthers
Schedule
Sept. 2 – YSU
Sept. 9 – at Penn State
Sept. 16 – Oklahoma State
Sept. 23 – at Georgia Tech
Sept. 30 – Rice
Oct. 7 – at Syracuse
Oct. 14 – NC State
Oct. 21 – at Duke
Oct. 28 – Virginia
Nov. 9 – North Carolina
Nov. 18 – at Virginia Tech
Nov. 24 – Miami

#22 Darrin Hall, JR/RB (Fitch)
…Hall has played in 22 games for Pitt, rushing for 417 yards on 100 carries (4.2 yards per average).

#51 Jim Medure, SO/DL (Neshannock)
…Medure was on three of Neshannock’s WPIAL playoff teams between 2012 and 2014). The former Lancer has yet to play in a game for the Panthers.

#86 Tyler Sear, FR/TE (Neshannock)
…Sear was the top tight end prospect in Pennsylvania according to Rivals this past year. Neshannock appeared in their first WPIAL championship game with Sear playing a key role.

Syracuse Orange
Schedule
Sept. 1 – Central Connecticut
Sept. 9 – Middle Tennessee State
Sept. 16 – Central Michigan
Sept. 23 – at LSU
Sept. 30 – at NC State
Oct. 7 – Pittsburgh
Oct. 13 – Clemson
Oct. 21 – at Miami
Nov. 4 – at Florida State
Nov. 11 – Wake Forest
Nov. 18 – at Louisville
Nov. 25 – Boston College

#12 Andrew Armstrong, SO/LB (Mooney)
…Appeared in all 12 games as a true freshman and accumulated 16 tackles.

ACC Championship Game
2016: Clemson 42 Virginia Tech 35 (at Orlando, FL)
2015: Clemson 45 North Carolina 37 (at Charlotte, NC)
2014: Florida State 37 Georgia Tech 35 (at Charlotte, NC)
2013: Florida State 45 Duke 7 (at Charlotte, NC)
2012: Florida State 21 Georgia Tech 15 (at Charlotte, NC)
2011: Clemson 38 Virginia Tech 10 (at Charlotte, NC)
2010: Virginia Tech 44 Florida State 33 (at Charlotte, NC)
2009: Georgia Tech 39 Clemson 34 (at Tampa, FL)
2008: Virginia Tech 30 Boston College 12 (at Tampa, FL)
2007: Virginia Tech 30 Boston College 16 (at Jacksonville, FL)
2006: Wake Forest 9 Georgia Tech 6 (at Jacksonville, FL)
2005: Florida State 27 Virginia Tech 22 (at Jacksonville, FL)

Last Big ACC Championship
Boston College – Never
Clemson – 2016
Duke – 1989
Florida State – 2014
Georgia Tech – 2009
Louisville – Never
Miami – Never
North Carolina – 1980
North Carolina State – 1979
Pittsburgh – Never
Syracuse – Never
Virginia – 1995
Virginia Tech – 2010
Wake Forest – 2006

2017 NFL Draft: ACC in the First Round
2 – Mitch Trubisky, QB (North Carolina) taken by Chicago
7 – Mike Williams, WR (Clemson) taken by LA Chargers
12 – Deshaun Watson, QB (Clemson) taken by Houston
29 – David Njoku, TE (Miami) taken by Cleveland

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