The Canes were a year or two ahead of schedule, and the inexperience of being a heavy favorite and playoff contender finally caught up to them. Freshman quarterback Kenny Pickett ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as Pittsburgh stunned the second-ranked Hurricanes 24-14. Pitt (5-7, 3-5 ACC) sent shockwaves through the playoff situation.
In the end, pressure finally busted Miami’s pipes. With a gigantic ACC championship game scheduled against Clemson, the No. 2 Hurricanes just saw their playoff chances take a huge hit, after losing to Pitt — 24-14 on the road. Panthers pull it off! 7-loss Pitt stuns No. 2 Miami, ending the longest win streak in
Pitt has a new head coach, and hopefully a nee, sustained identity. The Panthers have reportedly hired Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi to be their head coach. #MichiganState DC Pat Narduzzi announced as new #Pitt head coach. "Today is the beginning of a dream come true for me and my family." — Bruce Feldman
If you let the pundits tell it, Syracuse star guard Tyler Ennis is already better than half the guards starting in the NBA right now. Wednesday night at Pitt, Ennis showed is already more clutch then most after hitting this walk-off three at the buzzer to beat Pitt 58-56. You see that Kyrie Irving. H/T CBS