You have 2 remaining free articles this month
Try unlimited digital access
link your account for free access. Start here
Redshirt sophomore Reggie Mitchell will play a significant role in the secondary — at some position — for the Panthers this fall.
Pitt’s Chris Blewitt learned a lot as freshman kicker last season; now he and new punter/holder Ryan Winslow are benefiting from it.
Paul Chryst was pleased with Pitt’s first intrasquad scrimmage of training camp, especially the performance of the run defense.
Pitt sophomore linebacker Matt Galambos is boosted by his tight-knit, untraditional family after being born into a rough situation.
Presence of tight ends JP Holtz and Scott Orndorff provide reassurance and big safety valves for new Pitt QB Chad Voytik.
After missing the end of last season and the start of spring practice, Panthers sophomore OL Adam Bisnowaty wants to play — position aside.
Sophomore defensive end Shakir Soto knows that without Aaron Donald, someone needs to step up on Pitt’s line, and he embraces the challenge.
Feisty cornerback Avonte Maddox has been one of the pleasant surprises at Panthers training camp so far.
Pitt alum Jason Pinkston knows there's more to life than football, but this former Browns guard can't put the game in his rearview just yet.
The starting linebacking corps for the Panthers is experienced in some ways, but it's not your typical veteran-led unit.
The Panthers appearances on ESPN’s "Big Monday" will be Jan. 19 at Duke and Feb. 16 at Virginia.
Big changes could be on the way for Pitt and other major-conference teams, one of which coach Paul Chryst would not oppose.
A couple of local standouts in Terrish Webb and Reggie Mitchell are competing for the strong safety spot in the Panthers secondary.
Offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings looms as a force this season after struggling at his new position at times last fall.
There might not be a clear No. 2 behind Tyler Boyd, but a number of Panthers wide receivers have the potential to step up this season.
If there is one thing freshman running back Chris James has done in his time with Pitt it has been learn — about himself and from teammates.
The defense lost a projected starter when cornerback Titus Howard was suspended, so how will the Panthers make up for his absence?
The Panthers will play either BYU or San Diego State on Nov. 25.
The first day of Pitt’s training camp was about players showing up in shape and coaches installing plans and packages.
With one of the best players in Pitt history, and the starting quarterback, gone to the NFL, who will step up on either side of the ball?
Simply put, now former chancellor Mark Nordenberg helped Pitt's athletic programs achieve much more good than bad throughout his tenure.
The Clairton graduate played in 11 games as a freshman last season.
Pitt women's basketball released its 2014-15 non-conference schedule.
Pitt freshman Cam Johnson is ready to step up to the next level and he got a taste of the tougher competition this summer.
The Panthers open training camp Aug. 4.
The Pitt basketball team will go to the Bahamas in August to play four games, but it isn’t strictly a business trip for the players.
Former Pitt head coach Dave Wannstedt will offer analysis on Fox Sports pregame shows and co-host a weekly show on the Big Ten Network.
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: Panthers football leaders set concrete goals, saying that they want at least a 10-win season in 2014.
ACC Media Days notebook: Heisman Trophy- and national championship-winning QB eyes a repeat in 2014.
Pitt announced Monday that its men’s basketball team will play four games against foreign competition Aug. 1-7 in the Bahamas.