Posted November 17, 2011 on
Ashton Gibbs and Nasir Robinson led Pitt in scoring. Outside of performances by Lamar Patterson and Travon Woodall, the Panthers didn't have help on the defensive end, and did not get much contributions elsewhere.
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Things tend to get a little backed up around here this time of year. The few weeks of football regular season and basketball overlap make it tough to cover everything in a timely fashion. But we'll get around to everything, eventually at least.
As for last week, the big news was the official signing of Pitt's 2012 basketball recruiting class, guard James Robinson and center...
Ashton Gibbs led the Panthers (2-1) with 20 points and Nasir Robinson added 19, but the Panthers simply couldn't keep up with the 49ers.
Awesome. The recruit in question is Steven Adams, a highly touted power forward all the way from Wellington, New Zealand who, according to Rivals.com, has made a strong verbal commitment to play for Pitt. And in light of the incredible tattoo he just got on his chest (featuring a Pitt Panthers “gash” with “Pacific island [...]
Jamie Dixon and his Pittsburgh Panthers were shocked on Wednesday night by a talented and confident bunch of 49ers from Compton.
Long Beach State, which is led by a Capser known more for his high top fade than his disappearing ways, took control of the game from the outset and dismissed the 9th ranked Panthers, 86-76, on their home floor.
Ware, who scored 28 points and pestered...
Jamie Dixon isn't used to Pittsburgh having much trouble early in the season, and his team's latest uneven performance left him with plenty of concerns.
The ninth-ranked Panthers hope to put a closer-than-expected victory behind them and continue their November dominance at the Petersen Events Center on Wednesday night against Long Beach State.
Pitt (2-0) rolled past Albany...