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Pitt loses in Notre Dame-ACC schedule

The Panthers were hoping to finish their series with the Irish running until 2016 before joining the ACC rotation. Unfortunately, they lost out and now they come out as a loser in this deal.

Agnus Berenato let go after ten seasons at Pitt

Despite two Sweet 16 trips, two years without a Big East win has led Pitt to replace Berenato as the women's basketball coach.

Rushel Shell's transfer a puzzling move

The running back is leaving Pitt, but there are some things that don't add up.

Looking ahead to next season

Pitt's offense will likely center around Steven Adams next season, but can they find someone who can consistently make shots from the perimeter? And who will add depth to a very thin frontcourt?

Jamie Dixon signs extension through 2022-23

Jamie Dixon signs an extension to stay in Pittsburgh for the next decade. Can we NOW put those USC rumors to rest?

2013 NCAA Tournament: Pitt vs. Wichita State

Pitt matches up in an 8-9 game in the West Region with the Wichita State Shockers. Both teams are very similar and whoever wins the battle on the glass will likely come out on top.

2013 Big East Tournament: Pitt vs. Syracuse

The Panthers and Orange meet for one last time as Big East members. Can Pitt continue their dominance of Syracuse?

Pitt's hot shooting leads to easy win over DePaul

The Panthers shot over 70% in the game as Pitt won easily over DePaul in their final Big East regular season game.

Cardiac Hill Roundtable Part 5: Predictions

Can the Panthers take advantage of a stellar home slate to reach a bowl game in their inaugural ACC campaign? Or will the increased level of competition cause the Panthers to miss a bowl game for the first time since 2007?

Cardiac Hill Roundtable Part 4: Toughest Stretch

Pitt's toughest stretch is most likely going to involve the month of November, where they will face five teams that ended 2012 with winning records.

Cardiac Hill Roundtable Part 3: Under the radar

There are the big three next season (Florida State, Notre Dame, and Miami), and then there's the rest of Pitt's schedule. Today we talk about the rest of the schedule, focusing on one game that we think isn't being talked about enough.

Cardiac Hill Roundtable Part 2: Florida State

Today, we talk the Florida State opener.

Cardiac Hill Roundtable: Part I - ACC Schedule

The minds behind Cardiac Hill meet to discuss the ACC schedule

Zanna, Robinson lead Pitt past Nova in OT

Pitt was on the ropes against Villanova on Senior Day. But a double-double from Talib Zanna and 2 big 3 pointers from James Robinson helped the Panthers rally past the Wildcats in overtime.

Looking ahead to the Big East Tournament

Pitt would be the 6-seed if the season ended today, but a favorable schedule and many games between teams ahead of them could see the Panthers move up to the top 4.

Why is shoving a player a big deal?

Cal head coach Mike Montgomery was seen on national TV shoving a player. People may be upset with Montgomery's actions, but let's put some perspective on this.

Can Pitt get revenge against Marquette?

The revenge tour continues in Milwaukee where Pitt looks to avenge a home loss to the Golden Eagles.

Panthers shut down Bearcats, win 62-52

Pitt did to Cincinnati what the Bearcats did to the Panthers in the first meeting - win the rebounding battle, get to the line (and hit their free throws), and shut down the opposition as UC went 9:21 without a made field goal en route to a Pitt win.

Pitt faces a pivotal 3 game stretch

Pitt lost the second halves against Cincinnati and Marquette, and have recently struggled against Notre Dame. But the Panthers get a chance to avenge previous losses to all 3 in the next 3 games.

Pitt heading to Bethel Park for Spring Game

The Panthers will play at Bethel Park High School for the Blue-Gold game on April 12th.

Pitt's 2013 class is complete

Despite some late drama, Pitt's National Signing Day goes as expected.

What could have been: Joe Flacco and Pitt

In what could be the most "Pitt" move ever, Joe Flacco, a one time Panther, won the Super Bowl. This was after coaches felt that Tyler Palko was the better QB in 2005. Sigh...

Pitt's upcoming week will shape season

Pitt can help improve their Big East and NCAA Tournament seeds with games against Louisville and Syracuse

LB Zach Poker picks Pitt

The Panthers grab a TE/LB out of Chryst's home state of Wisconsin

Pitt's strength lies on defense in 2013

With Pitt moving on to the ACC, the Panthers' defense will have to step up against better competition. Several players off the two-deep are returning for Pitt and they should have the experience to match the increased talent.

Jeremiah Taleni commits to Pitt

The Panthers went far off their normal recruiting grounds to get a commitment from Kailua (HI) defensive tackle Jeremiah Taleni.

Clairton WR Terrish Webb commits to Pitt

The former Clairton Bear and Kent State commit will join his teammates Tyler Boyd and Titus Howard as Pitt Panthers.

A look at the 2013 Pitt offense

Quarterback transfer Tom Savage could play a prominent role next season

Could Pitt take the ACC's Coastal Division in '13?

It's a long shot, but with a down Coastal Division and experienced defense, Pitt could wind up in Charlotte next season.

Tyler Boyd picks Pitt

The talented wide receiver out of Clairton picks the hometown Panthers over Michigan State and West Virginia and will immediately add talent to a position that was lacking depth in 2013.

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