In a landscape where conference realignment has cost teams and fans their rivalry matchup, Pitt and Notre Dame have found a way to keep theirs alive. It was announced that the Pitt football and Notre Dame programs will continue their rivalry through the 2025 season.
Pitt football players have had big wins during Head Coach Paul Chryst’s tenure, but it’s been following those up that has been a challenge as the Panthers host 5-2 Georgia Tech Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on 93.7 the Fan.
While their 21-16 victory over Virginia Tech did a lot for the Pitt football team as a whole, it also brought to light several individual performances that resulted in ACC weekly honors.
Pitt quarterback Chad Voytik joined Bob Pompeani Saturday after the Panthers 21-16 win over Virginia Tech.
A former Pitt Panthers’ quarterback is coming back to Heinz Field.
Pittsburgh Panthers running back James Conner had a big game Thursday night, helping his team beat Virginia Tech, 21-16, at Heinz Field.
James Conner ran for 85 yards and two scores and Pitt ended a three-game losing streak with a 21-16 victory over Virginia Tech on Thursday night.
Pitt football color analyst Pat Bostick joined “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday to preview Pitt’s matchup with Virginia Tech.
Pitt is Pitt — or are we supposed to call them ‘Pittsburgh’ — because they haven’t been able to find good enough players in recent years. And, more to the point, a good enough quarterback.
According to reports, Virginia Tech will be without their key defensive end Luther Maddy for their Thursday night matchup with the Pitt Panthers.
Despite a couple of average games, Pitt tailback James Conner is still 5th in division 1 rushing yardage and the sophomore said today he will play some at defensive end Thursday night against Virginia Tech. Conner and head coach Paul Chryst have said since training camp that Conner would get a look there, however he has only played offense to this point in the season.
The Pitt football program has announced their 2015-2016 non-conference dates and ACC opponents that will appear on next years schedule.
Pitt broadcaster and former quarterback Pat Bostick previewed the Pitt-Virginia game with Bob Pompeani.
After getting off to a hot start this season and then dropping consecutive games to Iowa and Akron, the Pitt football program was looking for some good news, and that good news came through today.
Pitt football’s head coach joins “The Fan Morning Show” for his weekly spot
Photos from the Pitt Panthers-Colorado Buffaloes second round game of the NCAA Tournament at the Amway Center in Orlando on March 20, 2014.
Photos from the Pitt Panthers-Virginia Cavaliers semifinals game of the 2014 Men’s ACC Basketball Tournament at Greensboro Coliseum on March 15, 2014.
Photos from Pitt’s win over the North Carolina Tar Heels during the quarterfinals of the 2014 Men’s ACC Basketball Tournament on March 14, 2014.
The Pitt Panthers take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons during the second round of the 2014 Men’s ACC Basketball Tournament at Greensboro Coliseum on March 13, 2014 in Greensboro, N.C.
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School mascots take to the courts to rally the crowds, cheer on their team during the 2013 NCAA Tournament.