The professional sports leagues are ramping up and ready to play, but this certainly isn't the case for the NCAA. Will we have any college sports this year?
With the playoffs on the horizon after a long layoff, Penguins players know they need to play confident when they're in Toronto.
Outside linebacker Trevion Stevenson of Hampton, Va., no longer is committed to play at Pitt after hearing from SEC powers.
NCAA president Mark Emmert casts doubt on fall sports competition if trend in COVID-19 cases does not change in near future.
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The Division II Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference elected to suspend athletic competition and athletic events through 2020.
After several targeting penalties hurt Pitt's defensive efforts last season, Pat Narduzzi wants his players to avoid them in 2020.
There's plenty of quality offensive linemen playing in the ACC, but if Notre Dame ends up playing a league schedule -- look out.
Pitt football coach Pat Narduzzi appeared on the ACC Network's "Packer and Durham" to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on preparing for the season.
When it comes to Pitt football, not everything goes as planned, and in a season where success is expected, here are five reasons to worry.
Should a college football season be played, Pitt football has several reasons to be optimistic about its chances.
Cornerbacks Damarri Mathis and Jason Pinnock are vital components but often overlooked pieces of strong Pitt defense.
The NCAA is a crooked organization in many ways, and they have a very difficult task ahead of them when it comes to student-athletes return to play.
ACC commissioner John Swofford released a statement saying the conference will wait until the end of the month to make a fall sports decision.
Established NFL players can afford to opt out of playing in 2020. The majority of the league, however, is playing year-to-year and can't do so.
The Big Ten Conference is adopting a conference-only model for fall sports in 2020 because of coronavirus concerns.
The ACC board of directors unanimously approved to push the start of fall back to Sept. 1 amid concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.