A strong offensive line will anchor a rushing attack that has the Panthers optimistic about this year.
The players were chosen based on a vote from teammates.
The former Robert Morris University standout goaltender appreciates what the move means to women’s hockey.
Manny Stocker, already a graduate student, and at his third college, is one of the leading candidates to fill that role.
After a national-championship-winning tenure at Wake Forest, a blank slate lured Jay Vidovich to take over Pitt’s struggling soccer program.
Presidents’ Athletic Conference boasts a lot of key players to watch, including W&J quarterback Pete Coughlin.
South Fayette grad and former Wolverines record-setting quarterback now top man in football program.
The Colonials will also play host to Buffalo at Consol on Dec. 21.
The former Central Catholic standout is dealing with an injury that required the team to bring in a specialist.
Amir Watts, Keyshon Camp and Rashad Wheeler likely will provide at least some reserve help for a line with two starters returning.
McSorley has gone from Christian Hackenberg's backup to main signal caller, beating out redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens for the job.
Website Poster Swag ranked the top 50 college football schedule posters, and two local teams made the cut.
The Panthers are expected to be deep at running back this season, with Conner leading the charge.
Sandusky and two of his defense lawyers are among the witnesses who already have testified.
A former track star, Weah has seen his confidence soar this summer.
The tide have have been preseason favorites twice under Nick Saban, but have failed to nail down wire-to-wire championships.
The Panthers still have some questions at wide receiver on the offense. Some of the answers may start showing themselves at scrimmage.
Pitt football has a new graduate assistant: former NFL and Pitt running back LaRod Stephens-Howling.
The can's artwork has in mind the 50th anniversary of Mr. Paterno's first game as head coach of the Nittany Lions, the company said.
The school surpassed its season ticket sales record, set in 2003.
Karl Rominger told a Cumberland County judge he was “ashamed” at Wednesday’s sentencing.
A group of eight quality linemen are battling for the five starting spots.
The starting left tackle spot still appears to be up in the air for the Nittany Lions.
Current players get excited just seeing them Tuesday for first time.
Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale will conduct an audit of Pennsylvania State University, he announced Tuesday.
In his first full season as a starter, Howard was fifth among conference quarterbacks both in passing yards and total offense.
The Dukes have one fewer shooter on the perimeter, with Mar’Qywell Jackson transferred to a community college in Missouri.
The North Andover, Mass., native became the fourth member of the Nittany Lions' Class of 2018 with his commitment.
Athletic director Scott Barnes said Monday the school is currently not focused on adding new sports.
Senior Matt Galambos likely key factor in second year of development for coach Pat Narduzzi’s defense.
James Franklin told the Big Ten Network over the weekend that he ideally would like to name a starting “by this point next week.”
The freshman doesn’t talk much about his late best friend, but his teammates can see the love and pain inked on his collarbone.
The Fort Wayne, Ind., native and product of R. Nelson Snider high school is 6-feet, 170 pounds and is the 15th commit in the class of 2017.
Pitt’s heart testing for athletes, which uncovered conditions in two football players, puts it at the center of an ongoing NCAA discussion.
DiNucci was a record-setting QB at Pine-Richland; Stocker transferred to Pitt from Tennessee-Martin.
With eight returning starters and a greater comfort with Pat Narduzzi’s scheme, the Panthers defense is expecting continued progression in
Arden Fisher, a Riverview graduate, is one of 13 named to all-tournament team after her effort in Croatia.
The coach is hoping some small adjustments will improve what might be the Panthers’ greatest strength.
Coach says redshirt freshman Tommy Stevens has gained ground on the more experienced Trace McSorley.
Questions linger for Pitt’s receivers following Tyler Boyd’s move to the NFL, but so does the opportunity to make an impact.
With the A-10 men’s basketball tournament coming next year Pittsburgh will again play a key — but different — role in March Madness.
And the Panthers coach wouldn’t mind seeing such procedures implemented across the NCAA.
After working his way back from an injury, Pitt junior Alex Officer is ready to contribute again on the offensive line.
Pitt enters this season fueled by it’s mantra of “The Pursuit”, a belief it can make it to the ACC championship game.
QB Lenny Williams and RB Chris Temple return to a high-powered spread offense that averaged nearly 300 yards rushing per game in 2015.
Conner, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma in November, took part in drills without any sort of prescribed limitations from coaches.
The Panthers and Terrapins will square off Nov. 29; the game will be televised on ESPN2.
The 6-foot-5, 325-pound defensive and offensive tackle is a product of Springfield, Pa., and Cardinal O'Hara high school.
A difficult schedule and replacing Tyler Boyd are among the top questions.
A 6-foot-4, 210-pound wide receiver out of Monmouth Junction, N.J., Justin Shorter is the third commit in his class.