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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.
The Panthers squandered some of the momentum they had appeared to build during the first three weeks of the season.
It’s strength against strength when the undefeated Panthers take the Hawkeyes of the Big Ten.
The Panthers’ Paul Chryst and Hawkeyes coach Kirk Ferentz, an Upper St. Clair graduate, are far from strangers.
Pitt redshirt freshman Alex Officer knows he is not a lock to remain Pitt's starting center.
Post-Gazette college sports reporters Sam Werner and Stephen Nesbitt talk about Pitt’s James Conner, WVU’s Clint Trickett and more.
Sam takes your questions on the 3-0 Panthers.
The Panthers are undefeated but concerned about the number of big plays allowed in the passing game.
Pitt coach Paul Chryst says Panthers running game is not clicking on all cylinders yet despite an impressive start statistically.
Saturday's win at Florida International showed that if nothing else, the Panthers are getting good at overcoming first-quarter hiccups.
Receiver, runner, passer, it doesn't matter to Panthers recruit Tre Tipton as he helps Apollo-Ridge to its first 3-0 start in 14 years.
The Panthers trailed FIU 16-0 after the first quarter, but bounced back to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2009.
It has been a long time since Pitt started a season 3-0, but the Panthers have that opportunity today against Florida International.
The Pitt beat reporter answers your questions from hot, humid Miami as Pitt prepares to play FIU Saturday.
Pitt's next opponent, Florida International, continues to struggle to achieve football success after its dream season in 2010.
Senior basketball standout Brenna Wise will play for coach Suzie McConnell-Serio and the Panthers.
Vincentian senior forward Brenna Wise, committed to Pitt, about two weeks after taking her official visit there.
After waiting years to be Pitt’s center, Gabe Roberts got his chance in a flash. Now he hopes to imitate Artie Rowell, the injured starter.
Pitt football beat writer Sam Werner answers readers’ questions about Pitt’s game Saturday against FIU and more.
Pitt is channeling its coaches by staying focused on its next opponent.
Pitt notebook: Three Panthers, including sophomore James Conner, reap individual honors after victory against Boston College.
Panthers running back James Conner leads the ACC with 367 rushing yards through two games.
Panthers center Artie Rowell will have surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, ending his 2014 season.
The Panthers overcame early miscues and lapses to parlay their big halftime lead into a victory.
Pitt proved that its season-opening win was no fluke Friday night as the Panthers won their ACC opener against Boston College 30-20.
After a blowout victory against Delaware in its opener, Pitt faces stiffer competition Friday night against Boston College.
Patrick D. Gallagher, Pitt’s new chancellor, talks balancing education and athletics at one of the region’s leaders in research and fandom.
When Jaryd Jones-Smith came in to play left tackle in Pitt’s opener against Delaware, he altered the line in a big way — literally.
Sam takes your questions about the Panthers and their Friday night game at Boston College.
Pitt's Tyler Boyd should be ready to play Friday night against Boston College.
Pitt running back James Conner and offensive lineman Matt Rotheram picked up ACC weekly awards Tuesday.
The stats might make it seem as if Chad Voytik was a minor part of Pitt's 62-0 win against Delaware, but he took his first start in stride.
Pitt football, Pirates baseball and the all-day Rib Fest made traffic and parking tight on the North Shore, but planning prevailed.
For the first time in the Paul Chryst era, Pitt started its season with a win — and an emphatic one at that.
The opener against Delaware is a polar opposite to the Panthers’ opener last year against Florida State in many, many ways.
Greensburg Central Catholic graduate returns to Heinz Field where he won a WPIAL Class AA title in 2009.
Pitt's James Conner will play both ways this fall, mixing his running-back chores with pass-rushing duties at defensive end.
Sam takes your questions on the Panthers, who open their season this weekend against Delaware.
Cleveland native becomes the most-watched player in the Panthers' defensive line, though he won’t be expected to fill Donald's shoes alone.
For second year in row, the Panthers open the ACC at North Carolina State; The Dukes draw Dayton in tough A-10 opener.
The Panthers don't expect as much infusion of youth as last year, but there will be a few who likely will make significant contributions.
Sam Werner breaks down three important areas for Pitt’s success in 2014.
While the playoff answers fans' longtime complaints, some of its details and longer-reaching implications are still to be determined.