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Tino Sunseri's postgame body language told the story of why the Pitt Panthers were thoroughly thrashed by Rutgers, 34-10, Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium. Sunseri gingerly walked into the media interview room, grimaced as he slowly sat down,
Just as Boston Red Sox fans had Bucky Dent, Barry Goheen was for years the poster boy villain for Pitt basketball. For Panthers fans, it's hard to forget Goheen's running 3-pointer that sent Vanderbilt past No...It is a loss that has reverberated
Rutgers is third in Division I-A in time of possession, averaging 35:36 per game. That wouldn't seem possible considering how bad the Scarlet Knights have been at running the football. They average only 75 yards per game -- ranking 117th -- and 2.1
Are there any other offensive line prospects that are leaning toward Pitt? The thing about Adam Bisnowaty (who, is a tackle from Fox Chapel) is that he really is at a position of extreme need for the Panthers and will have a chance to play early.
Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri had his best game of the season, and the offense seemed to click for the first time in a 44-17 win last Thursday against South Florida. Sunseri protected the ball and made good throws, but coach Todd Graham said the key
I see receiver Mohamed Sanu as the only real offensive threat Rutgers has against Pitt. But Pitt seemed to be able to shut down Michael Floyd in the Notre Dame game with only 4 receptions for 27 yards. I'm not sure how Pitt was able to do that but do
That's how the Panthers (3-2, 1-0 Big East) play defense, and it also is the way Rutgers (3-1, 1-0) will play defense Saturday afternoon when it faces Pitt. Graham said he knows both offenses will have to be extremely focused to avoid making game-
For a young squad, they showed true signs of unity when things got rough, drills got tough -- they fought through...The Panthers return five letter winners from last year's team and welcome seven newcomers. I know the team was ready to get out on the
Paul, it seems Todd Graham learned a valuable lesson against Iowa...Do you feel had Graham slowed the pace like he did against South Florida in the 4th quarter, they would have come away with a victory in Iowa?...No, the big difference is the
I mean, I know Tino Sunseri hasn't put it all together yet, but I'm not sure there is a legitimate option. It is easy to say "bench the first guy" but if he is better than the second, third and fourth guys, well, what is the point of benching him?