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PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst insists the Panthers are making progress.
PITTSBURGH - Stacy Coley hauled in a pair of touchdown passes and zig-zagged 73 yards on an end around for another score as Miami kept its slim hopes for a spot in the ACC title game alive with a 41-31 victory over Pittsburgh on Friday.
A look at five things to watch as the Atlantic Coast Conference enters Week 13 of the season:
SYRACUSE, New York - Jay Bromley shook his head in dismay. Another game had slipped away from the Syracuse Orange.
SYRACUSE, New York - Isaac Bennett scored the decisive touchdown on a 5-yard run on the final play of the third quarter, Tom Savage passed for 218 yards and another score, and Pittsburgh rallied past Syracuse 17-16 on Saturday in a critical game for both teams.
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst is a stickler for consistency, treating each week the same no matter the opponent. If only the Panthers' results were as easily predictable as their coach's behavior.
PITTSBURGH - North Carolina's Ryan Switzer returned two punts for touchdowns, including the go-ahead score with 4:46 remaining as the Tar Heels held off Pittsburgh 34-27 on Saturday.
PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst expected his team to feel pretty good following a 28-21 upset of Notre Dame on Saturday.
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Notre Dame's chance to go to back-to-back BCS bowl games for the first time since the 2005-06 seasons is gone because it made too many mistakes against what had been a .500 team.
PITTSBURGH - Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly knew his team's margin for error remained thin even as the 24th-ranked Fighting Irish put together a four-game winning streak to build momentum for an outside shot at a Bowl Championship Series berth.