Apparently, fall practice means the start of the football season and multiple game suspensions.
Or, in the case of Pitt offensive lineman Juantez Hollins, a suspension for the entire season. Panthers coach Paul Chryst said Friday in a release that Hollins “violated team rules” (of course) and will be out for all of 2012. He will still be a member of the football team, however.
“Even though he will not play in any games, Juantez will remain an active and valuable member of our program and be accountable every day in practice and in the classroom,” Chryst said.
Hollins played in 13 games last year and started in seven.
Also, Chryst announced sophomore quarterback Mark Myers would be leaving the program. Myers only completed one pass last season.