Pitt Panthers Football
Pitt broadcaster and former quarterback Pat Bostick previewed the Pitt-Virginia game with Bob Pompeani.
Pitt beat writer Jerry DiPaola of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review joined Tab Douglas and Joe Rhoades Sunday to recap Pitt’s win over Delaware.
Pitt safety Ray Vinopal joined The Fan Morning Show Friday to preview the upcoming season.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Panthers had control of the entire first half Saturday, but their lead quickly went up in smoke when Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater opened up the second half with a 75-yard bomb to DeVante Parker.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Big East play finally resumes for the Panthers (0-1, 2-2) when they take on Syracuse (0-0, 1-3) at the Carrier Dome on Friday. Last year Pitt robbed the Orange’s chances of a bowl game, and Tino Sunseri expects just as much pressure and a loud atmosphere for this one.
The bottom line is the Flyers own the Penguins right now. I said before this started that the Pens can’t win a series that goes seven games against the Flyers. And the odds of Pittsburgh winning four of the next five are very slim.
For most of the night it looked like the Panthers were going to win what many see as the final Brawl for quite some time. But like so many games this year, the Panthers found a way to botch it.
New Pitt football color analyst and former Pitt quarterback Pat Bostick joined the Vinnie and Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to give an update from Pitt training camp and his thoughts on the fast approaching season.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) Syracuse nose tackle Anthony Perkins exuded a quiet confidence as he spoke about what it’s like to wear Orange these days and sit atop the Big East.
The Notre Dame football play-by-play voice called the Rivertowne Hotline to give us his thoughts on Saturdays contest between the Pitt Panthers, and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. You can hear our coverage of the […]