Xavier Johnson opens up on the departure of Trey McGowens, Pitt's struggles in 2019-20 and more in an exclusive feature.
Trey McGowens' transfer from Pitt didn't surprise many fans or media members. It didn't surprise head coach Jeff Capel, either.
Au'Diese Toney is returning to Pitt for 2020-21, and that provides clarity for next year's starting five.
If there was any wonder why his teammates loved Troy Polamalu, a Christmas letter he sent to Bryant McFadden details why that was the case.
Pitt forward Justin Champagnie put the college basketball world on notice as a freshman — and now he's skipping the NBA to come back for more.
No one knows whether hockey (or any other sport) will be played again this season, of course, let alone what form the Stanley Cup playoffs might take.
Trey McGowens will leave the Pitt Panthers after two years, as recent reports indicate he has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
Jeff Capel got his guy, as three-star guard Femi Odukale officially committed to the Pitt Panthers for the 2020-21 season. Details here.
Thursday afternoon in Columbus, we were set to see Penguins vs. Blue Jackets. By Thursday night, the season would be 'paused.'
Pitt guard Ryan Murphy has entered the transfer portal, and he explains exactly why in this one-on-one interview with DKPittsburghSports.com.
Many Pitt fans wondered if Xavier Johnson would transfer after his sophomore campaign. He just put that doubt to rest.
Pitt football has canceled its 2020 Blue-Gold spring game and spring practices amid growing coronavirus/COVID-19 concerns.
With mounting coronavirus concerns sweeping the nation, the NCAA has absorbed significant impact. What does it mean for Pitt athletics?
The Pitt Panthers were blown out by North Carolina State, ending their season at 16-17. But there's reason to smile.
Justin Champagnie wasn't voted to the All-ACC Freshman team — and Wake Forest felt his frustration throughout Pitt's 81-72 win to open the ACC Tournament.
Who: Pitt vs. North Carolina State. When: 2 p.m. Where: Greensboro Coliseum. TV: ESPN
The Pitt Panthers began the year with promise and hype. Then they fizzled. Badly. Jeff Capel explains why ahead of the ACC Tournament.