Posted February 26, 2012 on AP on Fox
It's been a long time between wins for Pittsburgh. That doesn't mean the Panthers have forgotten how to string together a victory. J.J. Moore scored 16 points and Dante Taylor added 11, but Pittsburgh fell 57-54 against No. 17 Louisville on Sunday for the Panthers' fifth straight loss. ''We don't have to learn how to win again. We know how to win,'' Moore said. ''We just have to execute a lot of plays. We play hard every day. The team knows how to win. We know how to win and we just have to put it out there on the court.'' Dante Taylor scored 11 points as Pittsburgh (15-14, 4-12 Big East) cut the lead to one and had three chances to tie or take the lead in the final minute, but Tray Woodall missed a jumper and senior Ashton Gibbs' shot from just inside halfcourt as time expired missed off the back iron. ''We felt it was a game we should have won and it just got away from us,'' Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon said. ...
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