Pitt defensive tackle Darryl Render is as talented with a paintbrush as he is a football player.
The Panthers outclassed the Big Red in every category.
The Hurricanes come into Heinz Field Friday with an interim coach, but plenty of talent as they prepare to face off with the Panthers.
The Panthers will be tested again tonight against Cornell, a team that can shoot from the perimeter.
Panthers have shown their toughness by going undefeated on the road in ACC play.
Pitt’s offense is starts to click heading into the final game of the regular season.
The Panthers are using more zone defense, even if coach Jamie Dixon prefers man-to-man.
Senior defensive end had 5 sacks and 10 tackles in Panthers’ win against Louisville.
The sophomore worked hard in the offseason to get stronger and more physical, and it is paying off with more playing time.
Defensive end Ejuan Price breaks out with five sacks Saturday against Louisville in a 45-34 ACC victory.
The win gave the Panthers (8-3, 6-1 ACC) their eighth regular season win for the first time since 2009.
The ACC Coastal race could be over by 3:45 p.m., but that doesn’t mean the Panthers have nothing to play for today against Louisville.
Upset bid falls short, West Virginia men win a laugher; Pitt and Duquesne women pick up victories.
Pitt was tested for about 25 minutes by Detroit Friday, but the Panthers responded in a big way and turned a tight game into a laugher.
The school is considering a switch from natural grass to synthetic turf at a practice field, potentially the fourth change in 15 years.
Beat writer Sam Werner dishes out answers to Panthers football questions in his weekly chat.
Matt Steinbeck, a North Allegheny grad, is making the most of his one season in big-time college football after transferring from Bucknell.
Graduate transfer Sterling Smith has already made himself a starter for the Panthers because of his defense, not necessarily his shooting.
There are more than 30 new rules in the game this season, partly because scoring recently reached near-historic lows.
Pitt basketball coach Jamie Dixon said defensive effort will drive the Panthers’ playing-time decisions.
The running back needs only 141 yards to surpass 1,000 for the season, and a big bounce-back game against Duke was a big part of it.
Pitt freshman guard Damon Wilson, who had been sidelined with a hamstring injury, made his debut and scored seven points.
Athletic Director Scott Barnes said overhauls to shared space will make life better for the Panthers.
Pitt freshman Jordan Whitehead is adjusting to life on both sides of the ball.
Pitt safety Reggie Mitchell is ready to contribute after missing most of the season with a foot injury.
The Panthers’ season opener was canceled at the half, but Pitt hopes to build on its strong performance anyway.
Strong games from Dontez Ford and Zach Challingsworth bode well for the future for the Panthers passing game outside of Tyler Boyd.
The conference names Mike Caprara the week’s best linebacker and safety Jordan Whitehead its top rookie.
The Panthers have already sealed a winning regular-season record for the first time since 2010.
ACC says Saturday’s game will kick off at 3:45 p.m. and be televised on ESPNews.
Zach Challingsworth, Dontez Ford and J.P. Holtz all recorded touchdown catches as Pitt put an end to its two-game losing skid.
The Panthers are ready to get back on the winning track against the Blue Devils in Durham, N.C.
Women’s basketball: Yacine Diop scored just six points, but her defense helped Pitt cruise in its season opener.
The game will still be broadcast on ESPN.
Brenna Wise, who played at Vincentian, scored 11 points and grabbed a team-high 12 rebounds.
Michael Young scored 11 points and Pittsburgh kept things tight against the nation’s No. 9-ranked team, leading Gonzaga 37-35 at halftime
Five former Wolverines standouts are doing their part to help anchor Pitt’s defense this season.
Size was a noticeable weakness for the Panthers last season, and now they must face one of the best frontcourt units in the nation.
The Panthers season opener this morning against Wagner is expected to attract around 3,000 kids from elementary and middle schools.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers who look to bounce back at Duke on Saturday.
Pitt is looking for improved production out of its running backs because the numbers are not as impressive as they sound.
Panthers cornerback Avonte Maddox is ready to learn from disappointing performance Saturday against the Irish and move on.
Blue Devils’ “hyper-speed” attack will put pressure on Panthers’ to execute a sound and simple defensive scheme.
Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi is ready for a balancing act with freshman Jordan Whitehead.
The Panthers will face the No. 9 Bulldogs on the U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler in Okinawa, Japan.
A specific kickoff time and TV network will be announced after this Saturday's games have been played.
Between taking advantage of some of the NCAA’s points of emphasis on fouls, as well as their own restocked roster, the Panthers can succeed.
Standout freshman Jordan Whitehead hopes to add spark to the Panthers offense moving forward.
The Panthers got a significant contribution from a new freshmen, among others, in their 15-point win against the Division II Crimson Hawks.
The Panthers couldn’t keep up with star-studded Notre Dame, but found a star of their own in the making in two-way terror Jordan Whitehead.
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