As was the case far too often, the Hounds couldn't drive home a finishing blow. And this time, it cost them their season.
You don't have to dig far into the bag of sports clichés for the old axiom about how hard it is to beat a team three times in a season,...
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If there's one thing to be said about this year's Pitt football team, they've been consistently inconsistent through their first seven games of 2018.
The man has seen almost everything during his time with Pitt. Now, Bill Hillgrove will get to see — and hear — himself in a collectible, take-home form.
With selling out tickets for the first home playoff game at Highmark Stadium as a priority, the Riverhounds still are raising their expectation on that front.
Dukes women's coach Dan Burt is ready to roll the ball out and get his team in action with a roster as experienced as the one the Dukes boast.
Pitt junior receiver Maurice Ffrench was named the ACC's Specialist of the Week after his 99-yard kickoff return against Notre Dame.
With nothing on the line against an opponent battling for seeding, a let-down might have been inevitable.
Pitt nearly did it again, but Notre Dame avoided the fate met by Clemson and Miami in recent years. And nearly isn't good enough in the Panthers' book.
Hitting the road to face a top-five Notre Dame team, does Pitt have a massive upset in store for a third consecutive year?
In a season largely devoid of roster controversy or attrition for Pitt, the hardship seemed to hit all at once this week.
There's plenty of history between Pitt and Notre Dame as they prepare to meet for the 71st time at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Notre Dame Stadium.
One goal wasn't enough, and now the Riverhounds' chase for second place is over.
Starting tight end Tyler Sear has left the team for what a Pitt spokesman described as "personal reasons."
Coming off its biggest win of the season, Pitt suffered a massive blow to the middle of its defense.
Why hasn't Kenny Pickett had more time to throw? Offensive line coach Dave Borbely was more than willing to explain after practice Tuesday.
Expectations were high, but with more than half of the regular season behind them, the Panthers have overcome every challenge they have faced.
The run game looks like a game-changer, but on the flip side, there is the question: Has Pitt lost confidence in its passing game?
While some fans might be happy with a draw against the league leaders, coach Bob Lilley was anything but.
It might have lacked the point total of Syracuse's last visit to Heinz Field, but Pitt once again survived a game that was anything but ordinary.
While leaning on the running game will help Pitt maintain possession, the Panthers need to threaten opposing defenses with some more big-play threats.
It wasn't midnight, and there wasn't quite madness, but it's safe to say there's at least excitement about Pitt basketball once again.
Duquesne officials confirmed early Friday that Marquis Brown, a junior at the university and running back on the football team, was the student who died overnight.
At a press conference intended to tout the opening of Pitt Studios, Lyke also briefly fielded general questions on some of the biggest topics surrounding her department.
One of the better players in Western Pennsylvania is staying close to home to play his college basketball, and he's a big get for the boys on the Bluff.