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Sam takes your questions on the Panthers who host Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Without Aaron Donald to do much of the heavy lifting, the Panthers will need to find other ways to limit Georgia Tech’s vaunted ground game.
The Panthers and coach Paul Chryst must prepare a little differently for Georgia Tech’s style on offense, but principles stay the same.
Pitt basketball: Junior Durand Johnson's road back from anterior cruciate ligament surgery has been long
The Gold team, led by point guard James Robinson (15 points, 7 assists) and Joseph Uchebo (12 points, 7 rebounds), won 58-48.
Pitt came at Virginia Tech Thursday night with a different look on offense, featuring the read option and the occasional trick play.
Pitt’s win wasn’t pretty, but the defense stepped up to keep alive the Panthers’ domination against Virginia Tech.
Chad Voytik, James Conner and Tyler Boyd teamed up with the Panthers defense to grab a win that wasn’t flashy or flawless, but good enough.
James Conner has come a long way, but he — and those close to him — will go as far as his legs take him.
Former Pitt wide receiver Yogi Roth turns trip with ailing father into documentary.
Panthers offensive lineman Jaryd Jones-Smith returns to his role as rotating left tackle after his first career start at Virginia.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers on the eve of a big home game against Virginia Tech.
Coach Paul Chryst emphasized eliminating mental mistakes on the off week, hoping to improve before a game Thursday night vs. Virginia Tech.
The offensive line can serve as a microcosm of the Panthers as a whole, off to a 3-3 start after a disappointing showing at Virginia.
Adam Bisnowaty will play next Thursday against Virginia Tech, but he might not reclaim his starting role.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers who are on a bye this week.
The schedules add a home-and-home Marshall and sets dates for all its non-ACC contests.
The Panthers will have plenty of time to dwell on their three-game skid, but the off week is also a chance for them to regroup and improve.
At a certain point, the question will no longer be what has happened to Pitt since the Panthers started the season red-hot.
After two non-conference losses halted their momentum from a 3-0 start, the Panthers face a key stretch of ACC play beginning with Virginia.
After two knee surgeries, Joseph Uchebo was sluggish in his first year with Pitt. In the Blue-Gold scrimmage Friday, he looked anew.
Virginia's defense has been a major strength and figures to test the Panthers' sophomore quarterback Chad Voytik.
The Panthers begin formal workouts today, but a couple important players are missing in action.
The short-handed Panthers hope to keep moving up under second-year coach Suzie McConnell-Serio, but depth will be an issue.
Whitehead’s final list of schools also included West Virginia, Penn State and Ohio State.
Wide receiver Adonis Jennings was expecting to be redshirted but saw action Saturday against Akron and caught his first pass.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers, who are reeling after a home loss to Akron.
After Akron raced past Pitt's defense in the second half of a tough loss Saturday, the Panthers focus on rebounding at ACC foe Virginia.
Manasseh Garner apologizes for his postgame comments about the fans after the loss Saturday against Akron.
Perhaps the most unexpected part of Pitt’s 21-10 loss Saturday to Akron was how the Zips were able to shut down the rushing attack.
Pitt's summer tour to the Bahamas gave the Panthers more time to practice and congeal into a more prepared team, coach Jamie Dixon said.
A game that was supposed to be a breather before conference play quickly devolved into a nightmare for the Panthers.
Pitt coach Paul Chryst senses the right kind of confidence from his players after they put the stinging loss against Iowa behind them.
“Tailgating: A social event held on the open tailgate of a vehicle before or after a sporting event or concert.”
Pitt doesn't begin formal practice for the 2014-15 basketball season but they are already down one player.
The Panthers running back will try to bounce back from a bad second half against Iowa.
This week’s topics include Pitt vs. Akron, WVU’s Trickett-to-White combo and national games to watch.
Four WPIAL stars are from smaller schools that don't have rich football traditions and have produced few Division I college players.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers, who look to rebound this weekend at home against Akron.
Despite averaging three sacks per game before Saturday, the Panthers did not register one against the Hawkeyes.
The Panthers are running the ball 71 percent of the time after four games, but coach Paul Chryst isn’t concerned about the split.
Despite a disappointing performance Saturday against Iowa, the Panthers will now turn their focus to building momentum for their ACC slate.