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Pitt has established its offensive identity

The Panthers are running the ball 71 percent of the time after four games, but coach Paul Chryst isn’t concerned about the split.

Panthers' goals remain the same 
on heels of first loss

Despite a disappointing performance Saturday against Iowa, the Panthers will now turn their focus to building momentum for their ACC slate.



Penn State's seldom-used backups get a day in the sun

A quick and painless rout of Massachusetts allowed Nittany Lions coach James Franklin to trot out some of his reserves for rare action.

Penn State runs over Massachusetts, 48-7

Massachusetts was scheduled as a breather and Penn State is getting its relaxation.



West Virginia players, coaches thankful for bye

West Virginia's off week has arrived, and the Mountaineers truly have earned this repose. They escaped the first month of the season 2-2.

Sooner freshman’s 4 scores spoil WVU’s payback bid

Samaje Perine stunted a shootout Saturday night by gashing and gouging the West Virginia defense for 242 yards and four touchdowns.



District college football: California has tough test afoot

After a 33-24 win last week against Virginia State, California faces an early measuring stick in Bloomsburg,2013 PSAC champion.

Duquesne guard Colter's cancer in remission

Duquesne basketball guard Derrick Colter stayed upbeat during radiation treatment, and his cancer (non-Hodgkins lymphoma) is in remission.


Robert Morris

Matty McConnell to play basketball at Robert Morris

Matty McConnell, a Chartiers Valley High School senior and one of the top basketball players in the WPIAL, has decided to play at RMU.

Robert Morris coach's debut gets no traction

On Thursday night when everything appeared new for the Colonials — most notably, coach John Banaszak — the end result was sadly familiar.



A&M cadet praised for block to protect mascot

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) -- A Texas A&M cadet is being rewarded for throwing himself in front of an out-of-bounds football

Hail Mary: Before cluttered chaos, there's a plan

The last play of the last practice of the week is the same at Arizona and Mississippi State and plenty of other schools around


Mykhailiuk lands at Kansas after World Cup ouster

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- In the course of a week, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk went from playing against some of his biggest heroes on the



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