James Conner is the reigning ACC Player of the Year and Tyler Boyd is coming off one of the most dynamic seasons in the country and both are being recognized as two of the biggest impact players headed into the 2015 season.
As he continues to gear up and retool the roster left for him by Paul Chryst, new Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi has announced the addition of three players to the program who are transferring from other schools.
The much-anticipated debut of the Pat Narduzzi era at Pitt finally has a start time.
Many mock drafts have the Steelers selecting a cornerback with their first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but Kirk Larrabee of 247Sports.com has a scouting profile of a cornerback the team could be looking at in the second round as well.
With an opening on their future schedule, the Pitt football program has scheduled a home-and-home with an SEC opponent.
Kethan Savage scored 17 points and Patricio Garino had 14 to lead George Washington to a 60-54 win over Pittsburgh in the first round of the NIT Tuesday.
Anthony “Cat” Barber scored a career-high 34 points to help North Carolina State beat Pitt 81-70 on Wednesday night in the second round of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
The Pitt football program had some of the top talent in the ACC last year in running back James Conner and wide receiver Tyler Boyd. That won’t change heading into the 2015 season, according to AthlonSports.com
Averaging over 13 points per game in what can be described as a breakout season, Pitt sophomore forward Jamel Artis has been voted by the ACC coaches to the All-ACC Third team.
Pitt’s NCAA tournament hopes figure to cling to an Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Championship title.
Three members of the Pitt mens basketball team have earned Academic All-ACC Team Honors.
There are many questions to be answered about what kind of head coach Pat Narduzzi will be at Pitt, but at least one college football analyst is saying he’s turning heads for all the right reasons.
Sheldon McClellan scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half and Davon Reed tied a career-high with 19 as Miami kept its slim hopes of an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament alive with a 67-63 win over Pitt on Wednesday night.
Jamel Artis added 24 points and Michael Young had 22 points and nine rebounds as Pittsburgh overcame another terrific performance by Boston College’s Olivier Hanlan in a 71-65 win on Tuesday night.