No. 4 Pittsburgh falls to Louisville in overtime

(16) Louisville 62 (22-7, 11-5 Big East) – (4) Pittsburgh 59 (25-4, 13-3 Big East) The No. 4 Pitt Panthers fell behind early in the 1st half and dropped their second straight road game, falling to No. 16 Louisville 62-59 in overtime on Sunday afternoon. Gilbert Brown led Pitt with 20 points and Brad Wanamaker

No. 4 Pitt defeats South Florida 67-55 to take 2 game lead in Big East

Pittsburgh 67 – South Florida 55 It wasn’t a blow out win like many expected but the No. 4 Pittsburgh Panthers (24-2) won for the 14th time in 15 games to take a two game lead in the Big East, defeating the South Florida Bulls 67-55 on Wednesday night at the Petersen Events Center. Nasir

Graham impresses in laying out plans at Pitt

The University of Pittsburgh introduced head coach Todd Graham to the media this afternoon and Graham came away very impressive in his message of laying out his plans at Pitt. Unlike, the Mike Haywood press conference, Pitt was talking about the goal being championships today and Graham is totally the anti Haywood. He’s bringing excitement

The Latest Buzz on Pitt’s Coaching Search

The media was buzzing last night when a report from John Meyer of WTAE indicated that the Pitt Panthers hired Tom Bradley as their new coach on Wednesday night. That report was refuted by the school and elsewhere as the Panthers have not offered their head coaching position to any of their candidates. As things

Pitt Hoops: Gibbs, Wanamaker lead Pitt to 74-53 victory over Robert Morris

Pittsburgh 74 – Robert Morris 53 One thing Jamie Dixon coached teams do is win non-conference home games as the Panthers improved to 100-1 in their past 101 non-conference home games in defeating Robert Morris 74-53 on Tuesday night at the Petersen Events Center. The No. 5 Panthers (6-0) improved to 29-0 All-time against Robert

Pitt Hoops: Panthers dealing with high expectations

By John Perrotto The Pitt basketball team entered last season without any expectations. It was supposed to be a rare rebuilding year following a trip to the Elite Eight and a painful loss to Villanova in the NCAA Tournament as stars DuJuan Blair and Sam Young moved on to the NBA. However, the Panthers surprised

Panthers receive verbal committment from 4-star recruit Jameel Poteat

The Pitt Panthers football team today received a verbal commitment from 4-star running back Jameel Poteat (Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt). The 5-foot-11, 200-pounder rushed for 1,664 yards and scored 24 times, while leading Bishop McDevitt to a 12-1 record during his junior season. Landing a verbal commitment from Poteat is viewed as a major win for