One of the most inspirational stories of this college football season is a hoax, according to Deadspin.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Down 20-6 in the fourth quarter, Notre Dame was going to need some big plays and a little luck to stay undefeated and keep its national title hopes alive. It got just enough of both.
Pitt football takes on Notre Dame this Saturday, and any time this historical rivalry comes up, it’s tough not to think of the teams’ 1975 matchup, in which Pitt legend Tony Dorsett rushed for a school-record 303 yards.
Pitt Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller for his weekly visit every Thursday at 4:00pm and 4:20pm to talk some Pitt football.
With Pitt taking on Notre Dame this Saturday at 3:30 p.m., a man who knows that rivalry all too well, former Pitt, CFL, UFL, and NFL quarterback Tyler Palko, joined The Fan Morning Show today.
Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — On Wednesday the Atlantic Coast Conference, future home of the Panthers, formally announced Notre Dame would join next academic year for all sports except football and hockey, though the Fighting Irish agreed play at least five football games against ACC opponents each season.
Chris | PSD — Pitt coach Todd Graham said Monday in his press conference that the Pitt defense missed out on a lot of turnover opportunities.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Todd Graham and Pitt are finalists for one of the top running backs in the country. Austintown (Ohio) Fitch four-star running back William Mahone has announced his final three and it includes the […]
Former Pitt quarterback and current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to breakdown Pitt’s loss to Notre Dame and take a look ahead at the Panthers matchup with USF, which is already just a few days away.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Here’s what some of Pitt’s players had to say after the game.
Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees shrugged off a miserable first three quarters to hit tight end Tyler Eifert for a 6-yard touchdown with less than 7 minutes to go and lift the Fighting Irish to a 15-12 win over Pitt on Saturday.
It’s going to be a busy weekend in Pittsburgh. Pitt versus Notre Dame is one of the highlights of the year for Pitt fans and local Golden Dome alumni. The parking lots open at 7 a.m. Saturday.
Former Pitt Quarterback and Current Color Analyst Pat Bostick joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to help get us ready for Pitt’s game tomorrow against Notre Dame.
Tomorrow is a big day for the Pitt Panthers because they host Notre Dame. The football program will also be hosting a number of blue-chip prospects.