Jose Alvarado put on a clinic as his Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets wiped out the Pitt Panthers — and Xavier Johnson got a front-row seat.
Xavier Johnson possesses unique, elite offensive talents — and he seems hellbent on squandering them when his Pitt Panthers need him most.
Pitt lost its sixth straight, falling on the road to North Carolina State. Here's what went wrong for the away team.
The Pitt Panthers are collapsing, causing many fans to scramble for the panic button. Here's why the doomsayers need to chill.
What pairs better with sports than beer? Nothing, really. And while we know a thing or two about sports here at DK Pittsburgh Sports, our friends at Mike’s Beer Bar are...
The Panthers were blown out at home by Syracuse — and seemingly everything went wrong in the process.
Ithiel Horton won't play for the Panthers this season due to NCAA transfer rules — but he's done nothing but impress in practice.
After a competitive first half where the Panthers fought to keep Virginia within striking distance at 31-29, it took their offense 14 minutes and 25 seconds to score their next...
The NCAA reached a resolution with the University of Pittsburgh, Kevin Stallings and Pat Narduzzi for recent violations. Details here.
The Pitt Panthers dropped their third consecutive game, this time to No. 8 Florida State, and Jeff Capel went all-in after the game.
The Pitt Panthers are running out of gas — and the signs were stamped all over their latest loss to Virginia Tech. Full report here.
It could feel counterintuitive to the extreme for the Pirates to toss their car keys to the players who, fairly or not, participated in a 93-loss season.
What pairs better with sports than beer? Nothing, really. I mean, popcorn and a movie is an iconic duo, but beer is beer. And sports are sports, ya know? Yeah,...
Happy Birthday to you, Jeff Capel ... Now watch your Pitt Panthers flounder against the Clemson Tigers and lose by 20. Full analysis here.
Pitt Panthers guard/forward Justin Champagnie was recently named National Freshman of the Week — and it was well deserved.
Trey McGowens and Xavier Johnson can only chuckle when comparing their freshman experience to Justin Champagnie's.
The Pitt Panthers wiped out Georgia Tech, 73-64, Saturday at the Pete — and freshman Justin Champagnie stole the show. Analysis here.