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Pitt's small lineup with Mike Young at center is its best lineup, but the Panthers will need to figure out how to compete at that size.
The are bigger things at stake for the program at the moment, but the Panthers' season isn't over yet.
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Panthers players claim they harbor no ill will toward Paul Chryst for going home to coach his alma mater at Wisconsin.
The game was a classic case of good news, bad news, as the Panthers came out with a win but struggled to do so at home.
Committee chair Jerry Cochran said conversations are already well underway.
Pitt’s defense had come around recently but the offense seems to be lacking as of late.
Head of search committee says hiring of a coach to replace Paul Chryst is expected "relatively shortly."
With two top jobs open, the University of Pittsburgh’s athletic department may be looking to reinvent itself.
The Panthers are starting to do more of what Jamie Dixon wants defensively, though they also remain a work in progress.
The Panthers took down Ball State Thursday at home to improve to 7-3 on the season.
For all the good Steve Pederson did for Pitt athletics, hiring the right football coach always eluded him.
Vice chancellor Randy P. Juhl becomes acting athletic director, and offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph will coach for Pitt’s bowl game.
Chryst said at a news conference in Madison to announce his hiring that he had talked to Pitt football players and they were happy for him.
Cameron Wright, in just his third game back in the lineup, sets the tone as Pitt takes Manhattan, 65-56.
With progress of Panthers under Paul Chryst, Pitt likely is leaning toward hiring a replacement with head coaching experience.
Readers toss lots of questions about Paul Chryst’s expected, imminent departure to Wisconsin and who would take his place at Pitt.
Manhattan appeared a team on the rise last season but has been hampered by injuries this year.
Third-year Panthers coach likely to accept position today and return to his alma mater.
Pitt football coach Paul Chryst admits he had talks with Wisconsin officials about the open Badgers coaching job.
With Cameron Wright back in the lineup, Pitt’s Jamel Artis returns to role he is best-suited for as a power forward.
As Pitt waits to find out if Chryst's expected departure for Wisconsin comes to fruition, most of the incoming recruits are in same boat.
Pitt guard Cameron Wright returned to the starting lineup Saturday in the Panthers' victory against St. Bonaventure, giving defense a boost.
It has been a long time since Pitt has played a game at the Petersen Center and the Panthers took the “defending the home court” literally.
Don’t knock Pitt coach Paul Chryst if he takes the same job at Wisconsin, but his departure would trigger many significant issues.
The Panthers could be in for a formidable challenge today at home against St. Bonaventure.
Pittsburgh coach and former Badgers assistant Paul Chryst has emerged as a leading candidate, but Wisconsin must wait until Wednesday.
The wrath of the Pitt fan base, always raining down on athletic director Steve Pederson, is in torrential mode today.
Panthers head coach Paul Chryst still seems to be likely candidate to take over at Wisconsin, his alma mater.
Panthers coach Paul Chryst seems like a logical candidate to at least be on the short list to replace Gary Anderson at Wisconsin.
With senior guard Cameron Wright returning from injury, coach Jamie Dixon expects the Panthers to get a boost.
Panthers' star back James Conner named conference player of the year again, this time by the league’s coaches.
It's his second such honor this year, as he picked up the media's ACC Player of the Year award last week.
The Panthers accepted a late bid Sunday to play in the Armed Forces Bow against Houston (7-5).
Dukes junior point guard April Robinson led the way with 19 points and a career-high 11 assists.
The game will take place in Fort Worth, Texas on Jan. 2 with a noon, eastern, kickoff.
It’s time for the Panthers to regroup after an arduous stretch and get a key cog more involved in senior guard Cameron Wright.
Duquesne coach Jim Ferry was livid over his team's inside play as Pitt muscled its way to another big victory in the City Game.
Coaches and players on Duquesne’s basketball team have changed over the years but this fact has not: Duquesne still can’t beat Pitt.
The Panthers can usually count on a victory against the Dukes, but their recent defensive struggles could prove costly again.
Pitt has started the season uncharacteristically slowly — a likely result of six early road games for a team without two of its top players.
Star running back James Conner has had a memorable season, one recognized by the ACC media, which awarded him top postseason honors.
Sam takes your questions on the bowl bound Panthers.
ACC recognizes Pitt's star power -- RB James Conner, WR Tyler Boyd, OT T.J. Clemmings and OG Matt Rotheram.
Indiana scored in just about every way possible and built their lead before the Panthers made a desperate push to try to get back in the
Indiana to test Pitt's improving defense in an ACC-Big Ten Challenge game Tuesday night in Bloomington, Ind.
With games yet to be played, Pitt’s bowl prospect won’t be determined until the dust settles.
This year the ACC-Big Ten Challenge expands to 14 games starting tonight with two games: Nebraska at Florida State and Rutgers at Clemson.
Running back James Conner, wide receiver Tyler Boyd and right tackle T.J. Clemmings were all selected to the all-ACC first team.
Ryan Luther was ready to pounce if given the chance to play this early in his freshman season -- but he didn't expect to be used for