Pitt rebounded from a crushing defeat earlier in the week to stun the No. 17 Seminoles.
In throwback jerseys, the Panthers knocked off the Seminoles behind 29 points and eight rebounds from Sheldon Jeter.
But the scholarship for onetime preferred walk-on Zach Smith might not be available for next season.
Craig Meyer’s mailbag this week touches on defense, the search for an athletic director and, of course, Adele and Beyonce.
Panthers have had a difficult time stringing 40 good minutes together.
Adele got a second chance at the Grammys, but what if sports teams had a chance to do things a different way?
Pitt had a chance to extend its winning streak to three games and further get back in the postseason discussion but blew a big lead instead.
With the defeat, the Panthers (14-12, 3-10 ACC) quite likely lost any already slim hope they had of making the NCAA tournament.
Partridge, fired as head coach of Florida Atlantic after the season, last coached at Pitt in 2007.
Post-Gazette columnist Joe Starkey answers reader questions.
Paul Zeise breaks down a couple of scenarios that could result in Pitt making the NCAA tournament this year. Yes, really.
Panthers players, coach Kevin Stallings enjoying a confident, positive mood after recent victories against Boston College and Syracuse.
Is Pitt-Penn State as fiery in tennis or softball as it is in football? Are there any Backyard Brawls still out there? What about Duquesne?
“I’ll be shocked if we don’t have a lot of teams in the tournament,” Kevin Stallings said.
Julijana Vojinovic had 17 points and Amadea Szamosi recorded a double-double, 13 points, 10 rebounds, to lead the Dukes to a 70-51 win.
In past 5 games, the starters — Young, Jamel Artis, Cameron Johnson, Sheldon Jeter, Chris Jones — have played 86.4 percent of the minutes.
Cameron Johnson hit six 3-pointers for a game-high 22 points and Michael Young added 21 for the Panthers, who dominated on the glass.
A key issue is that the Panthers home recruiting base does not produce many major-college basketball players.
The Panthers are coming off a win at Boston College, which snapped their eight-game losing streak.
Freshman guard Justice Kithcart’s 3-point shooting touch started coming back in recent practices and it paid off in win vs. Boston College.
Pitt needs to continue to play with the desperation and effort as the last four games.
Day-after analysis of Pit’ts 83-72 victory at Boston College, a win that snapped an eight-game losing streak.
With the win, Pitt avoided its longest losing streak since 1994 — a season in which it finished 13-14 — and moved out of last place in the
The Pitt big man, brother of Steelers fullback Roosevelt Nix, has emerged as a fan favorite for the Panthers.
The Panthers have yet to snap their long skid, but believe they’ve made solid signs of progress going into a seemingly more winnable game.
The former Pitt star, on a 10-day contract with the Atlanta Hawks, is one of only two Panthers in the NBA.
Pitt basketball notebook: Increased production from Rozelle Nix, fewer possessions lately and freshmen falling out of rotation.
The memo marks a big step forward for college athletes seeking pay.
Pitt, which played back-to-back games at Duke and North Carolina, is in last place in the ACC standings.
Tom Sims, 49, is a former Pitt football standout who was an original member of Pat Narduzzi's coaching staff.
Dick Groat returns to Cameron Indoor Stadium where his Duke jersey No.10 hangs from the rafters and his prowess on the court is historic.
Peace Ilegomah is the sixth player to commit to the Panthers’ 2017 recruiting class.
This week features a sports-related mailbag that’s largely Pitt tangential, which, fittingly, includes a question about sticking to sports.
Shawn Watson and Pat Narduzzi have been longtime friends, but that’s not the only reason Pitt’s head coach pulled the trigger on his new OC.
For the Atlanta team mediocrity has followed every bit of success it has had.
Three-star defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman has endured hard times growing up in Washington D.C., but felt a bond with Pitt’s coaching staff.
Pitt’s loss at North Carolina extended its losing streak, but for the first time in almost a month, the Panthers looked strong and capable.
After a few months playing in China, former Pitt star DeJuan Blair is back in the U.S. bringing a veteran presence to the Texas Legends.
The legendary coach missed the past seven games after back surgery.
Watson, who spent last season with Indiana, is replacing the departed Matt Canada.
What we’re hearing about who might be Pitt’s next offensive coordinator and more in a final signing day blog post.
The honor is given to the best power forward in college basketball.
Who’s most likely to make an immediate splash for the Panthers? Where do they still have some needs? Which major prospect got away?
National signing day has come and gone, and while Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi didn’t hit on all his targets, he could have a few gems.
Check back here as Post-Gazette reporter Brian Batko will have coverage all day long of the Panthers’ incoming class.
Panthers football coach Pat Narduzzi discussed a number of topics, from the offensive coordinator to Paris Ford and more.
Davis, the No. 14 running back in the country according to ESPN, chose Pitt over Louisville and USF.
A lot of people say there has never been a college football championship won on the first Wednesday of February.
It was a season to remember for Pitt and Penn State football.
It took a while, but the Panthers got a second defensive tackle prospect in their 2017 recruiting class.
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