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The Panthers open training camp Aug. 4.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said changes in college football will come as a response to cheating, broken enforcement and lawsuits.
League media projects Pitt will finish sixth in the ACC Coastal division, but head coach Paul Chryst isn't worried about preseason polls.
The head coach has sold fans and recruits on the vision of success. Now it‘s time to make that a reality.
ACC Media Days notebook: Heisman Trophy- and national championship-winning QB eyes a repeat in 2014.
The 21 freshmen on Pitt's football team are spending time in Oakland getting to know each other and preparing for the season.
Hampton basketball standout Ryan Luther is using his summer to prepare for his future with Panthers.
Montour graduate Cole Macek will leave for West Point this weekend to begin his collegiate -- and military -- career.
Central Catholic‘s Angelo Natter, a Jefferson Hills resident, is ready to head to West Point to begin his military career.
This will be the third consecutive season affected by injury for Price, a Woodland Hills graduate
Boyd, a sophomore, caught 85 passes for 1,174 yards — both Pitt freshman records — and seven touchdowns in his first college season.
Penn State senior lineman Miles Dieffenbach is rehabbing a torn ACL and hopes to return for the final three or four games of the season.
By establishing trust with local high schools and recruits, Pitt head coach Paul Chryst is changing the image of the program.
Over the past three years, more than 60 Division I athletic programs have hired consultants to handle a portion of ticket sales.
Point Park University will honor one of its first standout female athletes in September.
Not satisfied with a stellar junior season, T.J. McConnell is working ti improve his point guard skills.
Mars grad Bobby McGraw takes over as women's basketball coach at SRU.
Three-week O'Bannon trial comes to end; it's all up the judge now.
Antitrust issues finally move to the foreground as testimony in the O'Bannon v. NCAA trial nears completion.
Sonny Vaccaro believes God gave him a way with words.
Implications of college athletes being able to profit from the sale of their names, images and likenesses a nightmare, NCAA officials say.
NCAA tries to paint a picture of schools indebtedness through Conference USA athletic programs competing on the Division I-A level.