Pitt volleyball hosted its final regular-season match at Petersen Events Center, and it turns out that was a dress rehearsal for this weekend.
Miami's highly rated defensive front played like it had something to prove in its final home game, and Pitt's reshuffled offensive line couldn't come up with an answer.
Playing in a stadium named for one of Pittsburgh's most famous football sons, Duquesne made history with the biggest win of its football program's modern era.
Over the past 35 years, the roles have been clearly defined — the Hurricanes as the powerhouse and the Panthers as the upstart.
By this point, there's not much doubt that Jeff Capel made the right call handing the keys to the Pitt offense to Xavier Johnson.
After bouncing from position to position during his Pitt career, Connor Dintino appeared to have settled in to make the left guard position his own.
Not to knock the teams Pitt opened their basketball season against, but it's no secret it was a series of squads hailing from one-bid leagues.
Coming out of their division-clinching win at Wake Forest, Pitt suffered a major loss.
The early signing period yielded the first, expected pick-up for Duquesne basketball.
There was no shortage of doubt about the Pitt football program earlier this season, and it was coming from fans and media members alike.
The questions were flying in September questions about where the Pitt football program was headed. Now we know.
In a back-and-forth season finale, Duquesne senior Nehari Crawford sealed the deal with one of the Dukes' biggest touchdowns in their FCS tenure.
For all the fanfare surrounding the Pitt rushing attack, there are still plenty of questions as to whether the passing game will be able to sustain drives.
After mostly cruising through its first three games, Pitt got an early reality check from Central Arkansas.
Senior guard Williams set the Robert Morris single-game scoring record with 49 points, which included an NCAA Division I record-tying 15 3-pointers.
Former Duquesne star April Robinson will soon be back at Palumbo Center, and her jersey is staying there for good.
In nearly half the weeks of Pitt's football season, from North Carolina and UCF to Syracuse and Duke, the word tempo has been a buzz word.
The emergence of a dominant running game has affected all facets of the Panthers' game, and the defense and special teams are being tailored to match.
Pitt's three-freshman starting lineup has shown it can handle things, but when senior Jared Wilson-Frame enters the game, that's when things really start to heat up.
Far from the boldest prediction ever to come from a player's mouth, Kenny Pickett did guarantee during August camp that Pitt wouldn't be 5-7 again.
Robert Morris athletic director Craig Coleman, who has held that position for the past 13 years in Moon Township, will resign effective Dec. 7, the school announced Monday.
In September, people wondered if Pitt's offense would go anywhere. Now that November is here, the offense looks like it can't be stopped.
Though it's only early November, the final home game of the season has arrived, which means it will be the final college game at Heinz Field for 19 Pitt seniors.
VMI is the military school, but Pitt was the one that put on a shooting exhibition.
Keith Dambrot has good point guards and talented big men. He has a few veterans and plenty of youth. But he can only play five at a time.
At the time, it seemed like just one of many disappointing losses, but looking back on 2017, you could say Pitt missed out on playing in a bowl game by...