Pitt Hires Beatty As Receivers Coach

Chris Beatty to join Pat Narduzzi's staff in 2019

Andrew Limberg
January 23, 2019 - 2:54 pm
Pat Narduzzi

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – The Pitt Panthers have found their new receivers coach.

Chris Beatty will join Pat Narduzzi’s staff at Pitt for 2019. He has been on numerous college coaching staffs over the past 15 seasons including the past three at Maryland.

Since 2010, he has also been an assistant at West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Illinois, Wisconsin and Virginia.

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“Chris is an absolutely outstanding addition to our staff,” Narduzzi said in a statement. “His expertise goes well beyond one position on the offensive side of the ball. That diverse experience is going to be an incredible asset for our players and entire coaching staff. He is also a highly driven recruiter with valuable contacts in so many key areas. We are looking forward to welcoming Chris, his wife Kris and his son Aaron to both Pitt and Pittsburgh.”

Beatty said he is excited to get right to work.

“I am really honored and energized to be joining Coach Narduzzi’s staff at the University of Pittsburgh,” Beatty said. “Pitt football has a great tradition and I love what Coach Narduzzi is doing to build upon that wonderful history. I’m excited to get to work with our players and start preparing for spring ball.”

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