Tom Savage tied an Atlantic Coast Conference record with six touchdown passes and Pittsburgh held on for a wild 58-55 win over Duke on Saturday.
On Monday, the University of Pittsburgh athletic programs officially transitioned into the Atlantic Coast Conference, leaving behind a depleted, worn-out shell of a once-proud Big East.
Pitt’s inaugural season will feature some big named college basketball programs, including both Duke and North Carolina.
Florida Gulf Coast is without question the story of the tournament — but they’re not going to beat Florida.
Seth Curry scored 26 points, Mason Plumlee had 23 and second-seeded Duke beat Albany 73-61 on Friday in the second round of the Midwest Regional.
It takes a heavy library of new and oldschool jams to keep today’s college basketball players motivated. Check out what and who these players listen to while getting pumped before a big game.
With Selection Sunday coming up, CBS Sports Bracketologist Jerry Palm is beginning to get an idea of how the seedings will unfold.
The Duke Blue Devils are a top-five team and will be a tough out come March because of one of the most overlooked attributes in college basketball: senior leadership. With so many talented players leaving early for NBA stardom, having a strong senior-led team isn’t as common as it used to be.
The Pitt football program has unveiled their 2013 schedule, their inagural season in the ACC. The season will kickoff with a primtime matchup against Florida St. at 8pm on Monday, September 2nd.
Pitt Shooting Guard Tray Woodall joined Starkey and Miller with Chris Mueller to talk about their play in the Big East so far this year amongst other college hoops topics.
Coach Graham says Pitt will gain prestige, and a recruiting edge as an ACC school. He’s confident the gridiron Panthers can compete with ACC established programs like the Seminoles of Florida State, Maryland’s Terrapins and the Virginia Tech Hokies.
Joe Paterno’s statue outside Beaver Stadium needs to be bigger. That’s what Mike Krzyzewski believes.
Ohio State, Kansas, Pitt and defending champion Duke have been awarded the top seeds in this year’s NCAA tournament, an expanded version of March Madness that will include 68 teams.