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The Pitt Panthers men's basketball team lost on the road against Syracuse, 69-61 — but there were plenty of positives to take away.
What: NHL All-Star Game. When: 8 p.m. Eastern. Where: Enterprise Center. TV: WPXI, NBC (national)
Ben Cherington and Derek Shelton spoke before the annual PiratesFest at PNC Park on an array of subjects.
Jeff Capel speaks with media ahead of the Pitt Panthers' showdown vs. Syracuse, discussing his personal coaching philosophies and more.
Who: Pitt vs. Syracuse. When: 12:01 p.m. Where: Carrier Dome. TV: ACC Network
The payroll's too low. There. I said it. Yet again, for maybe the millionth year in a row.
Pitt started flat, then stormed back, then almost blew it vs. Boston College. In the end, though, it's a win — with a major lesson.
On the same night Ryan Murphy's running jumper rang up a big Pitt victory over Boston College, you blew threw the goal of 1,000 H2P Subscriptions!
It’s odd how this week of the NFL season always makes me nostalgic for the Super Bowls of my youth, considering those games almost always turned out to be letdowns.
Well, Gritty allegedly punched a 13-year-old boy in the back really hard. The kid's dad dropped his season tickets as a result — but he isn't done yet.
Trey McGowens and Xavier Johnson haven't taken the massive leap forward many expected in Year 2 ... but that's OK for this Pitt Panthers team.
Who: Pitt vs. Boston College. When: 9:01 p.m. Where: Petersen Events Center. TV: AT&T SportsNet
At some stage of the Penguins' game with their archrival here tonight, something is sure to go wrong for the home team.
PHILADELPHIA — Good morning! From the wrong end of the commonwealth! Dave Molinari and I are both out here to double-team Penguins-Flyers tonight and, while that might seem unusual for a...
The Pitt Panthers blew out the North Carolina Tar Heels, but the result was far from perfect for the home team. Full analysis here.
Who: Pitt vs. North Carolina. When: 12:01 p.m. Where: Petersen Events Center. TV: ESPN