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The Panthers face a small possibility of not being invited to a bowl game because the ACC has 11 eligible teams.
Tonight, Pitt faces a team with some West Coast flavor, a talented guard and a history of scoring 100-plus points in Loyola Marymount.
Panthers lose for the fourth time in past six games.
Panthers new and old contributed Tuesday night against Penn State Tuesday, but the two lone seniors left the biggest mark on the win.
Penn Hills native Aaron Donald led all Division I-A players with 26.5 tackles for loss this season, to go along with 10 sacks.
The Panthers stop settling for jump shots and started getting to the hoop in the second half to come back for a win.
There is no shortage of subplots for the renewal of the Pitt-Penn State rivalry on the basketball court tonight.
Paul takes your questions in the inaugural Pitt hoops chat of this season.
With the new rules emphases in college basketball, Pitt coach Jamie Dixon wants his team to work on cutting down on the fouls.
Defensive tackle Aaron Donald headlined six Pitt players honored by the ACC when it announced its all-conference teams Monday.
Patterson averaged 21.7 points, 4.7 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 4.0 steals in the Panthers wins over Stanford, Texas Tech and Duquesne.
Pitt's offensive improvement is a catalyst for the 7-0 start in this infant basketball season.
Pitt's loss Friday against Miami resulted in another momentum swing. Now, the Panthers await their bowl fate.
The 82nd edition of the City Game ended the same way each of the past 12 have – with Pitt pulling away and winning.
Paul Chryst still has a lot of work to do at Pitt, as evidenced by the senior day loss to Miami and what's sure to be an obscure bowl game.
Pitt has won the past 12 City Games against Duquesne, but coach Jamie Dixon says his team won’t overlook the Dukes.
Helped by some crucial Pitt mistakes, Miami jumped to a two-touchdown lead in the first 3:30 and barely looked back.
After many coaching changes and turmoil in their careers, Pitt's seniors will have their swan song today at Heinz Field.
Aaron Donald is grabbing the headlines, but the Panthers have some other players who could notch a postseason accolade or two.
It is an understatement to say Pitt was successful in the Progressive Legends Classic, considering just how easily the Panthers won.
Sam takes your questions on the Panther, who finish out the season this weekend with Miami.
Three players had double-doubles for the Panthers, who were one of five area teams to notch a victory Tuesday night.
The offensive line has dealt with injuries and inexperience, which gives senior tackle Juantez Hollins a second chance.
Tuesday night the Panthers' offensive prowess was on display again as they chopped up the Stanford Cardinal, 88-67.
Former Pitt All-American says defensive tackle deserves to win several postseason awards.
Lamar Patterson scored a career-high 23 points to lead Pitt to a 76-53 win tonight in the Progressive Legend’s Classic semifinal.
The Panthers seniors have gotten their reward after beating Syracuse Saturday: an extra college football game.
Pitt expects a challenge from Tubby Smith and Texas Tech.
Sophomore forward Durand Johnson provides an outside-shooting spark off the bench for the Panthers.
Running back Isaac Bennett scored on a five-yard touchdown run as the third quarter expired for the winning score.
Pitt and Syracuse are familiar foes, but now they square off today as members of the ACC as Pitt eyes a bowl berth.
Q. How important is winning this game, or next week's, and Pitt going to a bowl game this year?
Shaquille Doorson is from the Netherlands but plays for a prep school in the Canary Islands.
Michael A. Haywood, who replaced Dave Wannstedt, had claimed that his contract was breached and that he was owed about $4 million.
The Orange are one victory from being eligible for a postseason game, which adds a little more urgency to Saturday's game against Pitt.
Panthers defensive lineman Aaron Donald is among the top linemen in Division I-A, and he could rake in quite a few postseason awards.
Dukes power past Buffalo, 78-55; Pitt loses to Michigan, 83-75; Penn State roars past Bucknell, 92-49.
Pitt beat Lehgh 77-58 tonight in the Progressive Legend's Classic at the Petersen Center to improve to 4-0 on the season.
After missing a chance Saturday, the Panthers can gain bowl eligibility by beating Syracuse on the road this week.
The Panthers hope to execute on offense again tonight against Lehigh as their non-conference schedule is about to get tougher.
Injuries to starters and key contributors are a growing concern for the Panthers and Coach Paul Chryst.
Pitt is still searching for that sixth win that will lock up a bowl bid for the sixth consecutive year.
Hot-shooting Pitt jumped overmatched Howard early and often Sunday in an easy win.
Howard offers the first test for Pitt in the Progressive Legend's Classic today.
The Panthers trailed 24-3 at halftime, but rallied to tie it 27-27 in the fourth quarter.
Panthers women's basketball coach gets four players each ranked in the top 20 at their positions.
With no expectations of a hangover from the big victory against Notre Dame, Pitt looks to become bowl-eligible today at Heinz Field.
Chris James is rated as a three-star running back by Rivals.com and a four-star on Scout.com.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers, who take on North Carolina this weekend at Heinz Field.
Pitt’s Paul Chryst appreciates what a good tight end adds to an offense, which is why he isn’t excited about facing North Carolina’s Ebron.