The Pitt Panthers opened their season 1-1 — and they'll need more from stars Xavier Johnson and Trey McGowens to break above .500 for good.
Ryan Murphy scored 28 points, but it wasn't enough for Pitt, as they were upset at home against Nicholls State. Full coverage here.
Pitt beat Florida State, 63-61, at home — and a crucial performance from Terrell Brown looms large in the wake of this victory.
The Pitt Panthers' 113th basketball opener resulted in a riveting 63-61 win over Florida State.
The funny thing about one of my better photos from Pittsburgh's 63-61 win over Florida State ... well, it doesn't remind me much of basketball.
I am super-psyched to have Pitt coverage back on DKPS. And to mark the occasion, here’s a look back at one of the greatest moments in recent memory.
What can we expect from this year's Pitt Panthers, anyway? Jeff Capel, Trey McGowens and Au'Diese Toney discuss.
The Pirates will hire a new general manager before long. As of Monday evening, based on a couple contacts I made, the interview process hadn't yet begun.
Five slices of wholly unsolicited advice for Heather Lyke, Pitt's AD, in her search for Kevin Stallings' replacement.
If this was, in fact, the end of the Kevin Stallings era of Pitt basketball, it absolutely ended appropriately.
These Panthers, now 8-14 overall and 0-9 in the ACC, might have just lost their last chance at winning even once.
Penn State will beat Pitt by pretty much any score it wants. I write that with no malice. I picked the Panthers last year.
Word is filtering this way that the frustration with Kevin Stallings at Pitt has reached all the way up the university ladder.
The University of Pittsburgh's not-so-long-ago proud basketball program is about to plunge off Cardiac Hill and into the ACC's abyss if something isn't done soon.
Kevin Stallings' Pitt basketball coaching debut undoubtedly didn't go as smoothly as he'd have liked, but his Panthers eventually dragged away from an eager Eastern Michigan group.
So the thought occurred about midway through the first half Thursday night at Heinz Field: Why would any opponent ever, ever run the ball against Pitt?
"It is a rivalry." Those four words were buried in a verbal blur from Pat Narduzzi, still speaking with so much motor at his press conference you'd think his next...