Pittsburgh coach Kevin Stallings responded to a heckler at the end of tonight’s blowout loss to Louisville with a nice topical reference to the FBI sting that caught the Cardinals funneling $100,000 to former top recruit Brian Bowen:
The women’s college gymnastics preseason training is well underway—the competitive season begins in January—and teams have been releasing video snippets of training on social media for the past month.
Guard Cam Johnson fought with the University of Pittsburgh’s athletic department for two months to secure a full release prior to his transfer to North Carolina. Just three days after the sharpshooter sent out a lengthy statement to media members, announcing his transfer to UNC and calling out the hypocritical…
After going public with a damning critique of the NCAA’s transfer system, shooting guard Cam Johnson has been granted his full release by Pittsburgh and will be eligible to play for the University of North Carolina next season, per news that his father gave to reporters.
Shooting guard Cam Johnson, a summa cum laude graduate of Pittsburgh, announced on Tuesday that he will be taking his talents to Chapel Hill to play for the Tar Heels during his final two years of eligibility; the question now—the question that’s been unanswered for months—is whether the Panthers will let him walk.
Pittsburgh defeated Syracuse on Saturday by a score of 76-61, the highest-scoring FBS regulation game in history.
In December, Pitt running back James Conner announced that he had been diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. This afternoon, just over six months later, he announced that he was cancer free.
University of Pittsburgh running back James Conner was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma this week, as he announced yesterday. In a school press release, Conner said:
Pittsburgh and #9-ranked Gonzaga began their seasons yesterday at Foster Field House in the Marine Corps base on Okinawa, Japan, or at least they tried to. A slippery floor surface caused all manner of slips and falls, including the particularly gnarly one below, and the game was called off at halftime.
#25 Pitt beat Syracuse today on a last-second field goal in the Carrier Dome thanks to two rushing touchdowns by RB Qadree Ollison, who has the best name in college football. In the first play of the second half, Syracuse quarterback Eric Dungey was laid out with this vicious helmet-to-helmet hit from Pitt linebacker…
Freshman Tyler Ennis threw up one final shot as time expired with Syracuse down 56-55 to Pitt, and man, the Oakland Zoo must have been devastated. Ennis's heroics allowed the Orange to escape Pittsburgh with a 58-56 win, keeping them undefeated.
"It's not that Paul Chryst is intentionally trying to sound boring." That's how the Associated Press once described the Pitt football coach's public persona. But behind closed doors, after a big win like Saturday's against Notre Dame, with a big ol' naked ass nearby? Paul Chryst boogies down.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: The league's done 48 games before, but Sid says that's not enough.
Hard though it may be to believe, there are still media relations people out there who think it's a good idea to encourage folks to use Twitter hashtags to send interactive questions to members of their favorite teams. Arizona State put out the word the other day that #AskASU would be a way to send questions directly…
Todd Graham came on as Pitt's football coach last January, and he almost lasted an entire year with the Panthers. He announced today that he's leaving, after a 6-6 season in Pittsburgh, for sunny Arizona State University.
Depression is a serious problem, but tying the fight against it to a Wednesday night football game involving two teams from the Big East probably isn't the most ideal marketing strategy. [via @PantherLair]
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