Pitt will enter spring football with one fewer offensive lineman than expected.
Pitt's men's basketball program has officially joined the uniform craze in college athletics.
Four of the region's top underclassmen in college football are officially headed to the NFL.
Pitt is searching for a new wrestling coach less than 10 weeks into the season.
Pitt completed its non-conference schedule for 2018 and 2019 with a home-and-home agreement with Central Florida, the university announced Thursday.
Michael Smith, a three-star receiver from Vero Beach, Fla., became the 21st member of the Panthers 2017 recruiting class Wednesday.
The search for Scott Barnes' replacement has just begun, but Dr. Randy Juhl does not plan for it to last long.
Michael Young believes Pitt is capable of beating any team in the country, but the Panthers can't stop beating themselves.
Pitt is getting more help for its struggling secondary.
Who: Pitt (12-6, 1-4 ACC) vs. N.C. State (12-6, 1-4). When: 7:01 p.m. Where: PNC Arena. TV: ESPNU, ACC Network (national). Radio: 93.7 The Fan.
Ryan Luther’s right foot injury will put Kevin Stallings’ creativity, and the fortitude of Pitt’s players, to the test.
Michael Young lifted up the protective plastic mask in frustration and blinked repeatedly in search of a solution.
Who: Pitt (12-5, 1-3 ACC) vs. Miami (11-4, 1-2). When: 12:01 p.m. Where: Petersen Events Center. TV: Root Sports, ACC Network (national). Radio: 93.7 The Fan.
Jamel Artis and his teammates are well-aware what makes Pitt's offense dynamic, but they continue to fall into the same trap set by opponents.
Pitt's deficient defense nullified a magnificent offensive performance by Jamel Artis.
Who: Pitt (12-4, 1-2 ACC) vs. Louisville (13-2, 1-2). When: 7:01 p.m. Where: KFC Yum! Center. TV: Root Sports, ACC Network Extra (national).
Kevin Stallings' ability to formulate and coach in-game adjustments will determine Pitt's fate in the ACC ... and the Panthers failed their first true test.
The man searching for Scott Barnes' replacement will also serve as interim athletic director.
Pitt's loss to Syracuse was ugly, and the Panthers' defense continued to struggle.
Jamel Artis felt Pitt drew the blueprint to pick apart Syracuse's 2-3 zone defense a year ago, but it was torn to pieces in front of his eyes.
Who: Pitt (12-3, 1-1 ACC) vs. Syracuse (9-6, 1-1). When: 12:01 p.m. Where: Petersen Events Center. TV: WTAE, ACC Network (national). Radio: 93.7 The Fan.
As the summer drew to a close, neither Max Browne nor Kenny Pickett could imagine what would unfold during the next four months.
It was a masterful offensive performance built on 'chaos.'
Who: Pitt (11-3, 0-1 ACC) vs. No. 11 Virginia (11-2, 1-1). When: 9:01 p.m. Where: Petersen Events Center. TV: Root Sports, ACC Network (national). Radio: 93.7 The Fan.
Kevin Stallings is an offensive-minded coach with a strong defensive résumé, and his success at Vanderbilt was often led by an imposing post player.
With the architect of Pitt's prolific offense gone, Pat Narduzzi will need to show his aggressive defense is capable of stopping the uptempo spread offenses in college football in 2017.
The basketball program suffered a difficult overtime loss to Notre Dame.
Less than an hour had passed since the final snap of Ejuan Price's college career and the sixth-year senior defensive end couldn't fend off theoverwhelming emotions.
Michael Young felt victory was inevitable.