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Mark Whipple resigns as Pitt Panthers offensive coordinator

Andrew: Pittsburgh action sports, and, Mark Whipple, quit as breakthrough coordinator for PITT PITT, days before facing Michigan State in the Peak District. We gathered with some fans on campus, about the sudden departure. >> Faking before the football game isn’t the best time to leave, but he made it this way.

Mark Whipple House Attack Coordinator Resigns

Mark Whipple has resigned as offensive coordinator for the Pete Panthers, who face Michigan State in the Peach Bowl later this month.


Mark Whipple resigned as the Pitt Panthers’ offensive coordinator, just weeks before the Peach Bowl game with Michigan State. I’ve been in Pete since 2019, no longer with Panthers Football. Whipple, 64, was a key member of Narduzzi’s crew, coaching an offense that ranked among the highest in the country this year with Heisman Trophy Kenny Pickett School’s passing records in the quarterback. “During his three seasons at Pete, Mark Whipple has been a great asset to the entire football program,” Nardozzi said in the statement. “He did a phenomenal job taking us from a quick attack to one of the best passing games in the entire country. His fantastic work with the midfielders was obviously in full display, given the fantastic year that Kenny Beckett has enjoyed. I am so grateful for that time he spent Mark is in Pittsburgh, both personally and professionally, and I wish him and his family all the best moving forward.”

Mark Whipple resigned as the Pitt Panthers’ offensive coordinator, just weeks before the team’s Peach Bowl game with Michigan State.

Pete’s technical director, Pat Nardozy, announced his resignation in a brief statement on Tuesday afternoon.

The statement did not say why Whipple, who has been on Pete since 2019, stopped the Panthers football program.

Whipple, 64, was a key member of the Narduzzi crew, coaching the offense that ranked among the highest in the country this year as Heisman Trophy finalist Kenny Pickett set success records in the quarterback.

“During his three seasons at Pete, Mark Whipple has been a huge strength for the entire football programme,” Nardozzi said in the statement. “He did a phenomenal job taking us from a quick attack to one of the best passing games in the entire country. His fantastic work with the midfielders was obviously in full display, given the fantastic year that Kenny Beckett has enjoyed. I am so grateful for that time he spent Mark is in Pittsburgh, both personally and professionally, and I wish him and his family all the best moving forward.”

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