PITTSBURGH (AP) The reminders of the greatness that came before Qadree Ollison and Darrin Hall are everywhere at Pitt.
They line the hallways at the team practice facility, where a pair of mannequins dressed as Heisman Trophy-winning running back Tony Dorsett stand at the top of the stairs. They're next door at the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers, where ACC all-time touchdown leader James Conner is finding his way as a rookie on a club with Super Bowl aspirations. They're in the team record books, where names like Curtis Martin and LeSean McCoy seem to have whole sections devoted to their remarkable college careers.
It's a lot to live up to. Then again, that's kind of the point.