According to an announcement from the Atlantic Coast Conference and ESPN, the Pitt basketball program will be featured in two “Big Monday” national broadcasts.
Pittsburgh and an NBA franchise is something that gets brought up quite frequently. But could the steel city support four teams?
After a long search to replace Assistant Coach Barry Rohrssen who left the Pitt program to join John Calipari at Kentucky, Jamie Dixon has announced the hiring of Assistant Coach Matt Williamson, formerly of the University of Massachusetts.
After playing their championship game on Sunday’s the ACC has decided to move their men’s basketball championship game to Saturday’s.
As part of the 16th annual 2014 ACC/Big Ten Basketball Challenge, the Pitt Men’s Basketball team will travel to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
After getting their first taste of ACC basketball this past season, the Pitt hoops team should be even better prepared to take on next year’s schedule. Today, the schedule was revealed for both the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
It has been news in the making for weeks now as word leaked that Pitt Assistant Basketball Coach Barry Rohrssen was going to be leave the Pitt program for John Calipari’s Kentucky program, and today the official word came down from the Pitt athletic department.
The Pitt basketball program has announced the signing of two to national letters of intent, one a local product, the other a junior college transfer.
Jamie Dixon says his team expects to win every game and the goal is always to win the NCAA title.
Former Schenley Head Coach Fred Skrocki talked with Chris Mack on the Late Shift Thursday.
Howland says Dixon has created his own monster by being a victim of his own sucess.
Dixon says his team has no issue playing the role of the underdog.
CBS Sports Network college basketball analyst Chris Spatola joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to offer his take on Friday’s Pitt vs. UNC ACC Tournament game, and on Pitt’s chances of making the NCAA Tournament after the Panthers’ win over Wake Forest.
It was announced today that Pitt senior forward Lamar Patterson has been named to the All-ACC Second Team by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
Tab Douglas and Stacy Kauffman recapped Pitt-Clemson and looked ahead to the postseason with Kevin Gorman of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.