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Eastern Kentucky University faces a formidable foe in Big East power Pittsburgh (7 p.m. tonight), a task made even more daunting by the fact that their first outing, a 102-71 win over Division II West Virginia Wesleyan, was not all that impressive
Many games have big turning points in the first half, but what made Pitt's 71-60 victory so sweet for coach Jamie Dixon was how his bench players excelled in the game's most important moments. With two of his best and most experienced players saddled
So the Panthers relied on their bread and butter -- a tough, physical defense -- to carry them through in their season opener yesterday against North Florida at the Petersen Events Center. Using a stifling 1-2-2 zone, the Panthers shut down the
When West Virginia football coach Bill Stewart took the podium at his weekly news conference yesterday, it was obvious he wanted the questions to be aimed at his team's next opponent, the No...The Mountaineers (7-3, 3-2) -- like Pitt -- will have an
And then, finally, Pitt decided to give the fans something to cheer about again. Pitt averted a shocking upset by staging a 13-point, second-half comeback to defeat Wofford, 63-60...The 6-foot-10 junior scored two huge baskets in the final minutes...
The 19th-ranked Pitt women's basketball team beat Cincinnati, 68-54, this afternoon at the Petersen Events Center. The Panthers led by only two points at the half but used an early second-half run to take control of the game. Pitt (20-5, 10-3 in the
There was plenty for Pitt coach Jamie Dixon to like late last night when he hunkered down in his office to review tape of the Panthers' 70-59 win against West Virginia at the Petersen Events Center. Sam Young did what a star player is supposed to do,
Pitt stormed back in the second half to defeat Notre Dame, 93-80, today at the Petersen Events Center. The Panthers (19-2, 7-2) trailed by six at halftime, but they shocked Notre Dame with a 22-6 run to open the second half and never looked back.
The wintry weather has delayed the starting time of tonight's game between Pitt and South Florida at the Petersen Events Center. The game, originally set to start at 7 p.m., will start around 7:30 because South Florida got stuck in traffic en route
Pitt beat Akron, 86-67, tonight in a non-conference game at the Petersen Events Center...Levance Fields added 18 points and seven assists and DeJuan Blair recorded his second double-double in three games with 16 points and 13 rebounds.