The 2015 College Football Hall of Fame class has been announced and star Pitt offensive tackle Ruben Brown is amongst the group that will be inducted this year.
Lucky Jones scored 18 points and hauled in nine rebounds to lift Robert Morris to a 77-73 win over Wagner on Thursday night.
Derrick Colter scored 22 points and Duquesne held on to beat St. Joseph’s 71-68 on Wednesday night, defeating the Hawks for the first time in their last five meetings.
Since the day Paul Chryst left Pitt for the head coaching job at Wisconsin, there has been much speculation that he would take both offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph and defensive coordinator Matt House with him.
Josh Newkirk had a pair of clutch baskets in the final 2 1/2 minutes of overtime and finished with 15 points, lifting Pittsburgh to a 61-60 comeback win over Boston College on Tuesday night.
Caris LeVert scored 18 points, Zak Irvin added 17 and Michigan converted clutch free throws down the stretch to hold off Penn State 73-64 Tuesday night.
Without an Athletic Director since Oliver Luck decided to take a position with the NCAA, West Virginia University today announced the hiring of Shane Lyons as their next Athletic Director.
According to reports, Pitt Interim Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator Joe Rudolph is in Wisconsin meeting with former Pitt Head Coach Paul Chryst about joining his staff.
Gary Browne sparked No. 17 West Virginia with 16 points while leading scorer Juwan Staten watched from the bench with an illness as the Mountaineers opened Big 12 Conference-play with a 78-67 win over TCU on Saturday.
Lucky Jones scored 17 points, Marcquise Reed and Rodney Pryor added 12 each and a balanced Robert Morris defeated cold-shooting Mount Saint Mary’s 70-45 on Saturday in the Northeast Conference opener for both teams.
Kyle Davis scored 17 points to lead a balanced attack that saw all five Dayton starters score at least 13 points on Saturday in an 81-55 Atlantic 10 opening rout of Duquesne.
Greg Ward threw three touchdowns in the final 3:41 of the Armed Forces Bowl, two after Houston recovered onside kicks, and completed a game-winning 2-point conversion as the Cougars beat Pittsburgh 35-34 with an improbable comeback Friday.
Once the ball gets into the paint, No. 4 Wisconsin can be tough to stop.
Check out the teams heading into the 2014 NCAA Sweet Sixteen.