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Stories with organization: Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball
  • Young scores 23, Pittsburgh beats Kent State 85-76 story has photos
    Updated: Nov-28-15 7:34 pm

    PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh led Kent State by only a point with five minutes to play in the first half but the Panthers didn't panic on offense. They continued to pass, find open shooters and score.

  • Artis' 21 points leads Pittsburgh by Cornell 93-49 
    Updated: Nov-25-15 10:22 pm

    PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh's defense wasn't where coach Jamie Dixon wanted it to be in his team's first two games.

  • Pittsburgh smothers Detroit down the stretch in 95-79 win story has photos
    Updated: Nov-20-15 11:41 pm

    PITTSBURGH - The Detroit Titans took their first lead of the game nearly five minutes into the second half after the Pittsburgh Panthers led by double-digits in the first. The run out of the half solicited a timeout from Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon.

  • Young, Jeter lead Pitt past St. Joseph's (Ind), 84-43 
    Updated: Nov-17-15 10:29 pm

    PITTSBURGH - Days removed from over 16,500 miles of travel, the Pittsburgh Panthers expected to be a little sluggish, which is why the program scheduled St. Joseph's (Ind.) College, a Division II program the likes of which Pitt would usually play in the preseason.

  • Buffalo rolls over Div. III Pitt-Bradford 109-49 
    Updated: Nov-14-15 1:33 am

    BUFFALO, New York - Rodell Wigginton scored 25 points off the bench, leading six players in double digits, as Buffalo rolled over Division III Pittsburgh-Bradford 109-49 on Friday night.

  • Pitt-Gonzaga game in Japan canceled at halftime 
    Updated: Nov-13-15 10:25 pm

    CAMP FOSTER, Japan - Pittsburgh and Gonzaga made a long trip to Japan to play a college basketball game. It must have seemed a lot longer when they only got to play 20 minutes.

  • Pitt faces stiff test in opener against No. 9 Gonzaga 
    Updated: Nov-12-15 6:09 pm

    PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Panthers' long summer didn't afford Jamie Dixon's program the usual opportunity to prepare for the upcoming season. Five players underwent offseason surgeries and two more missed preseason activities due to nagging injuries.