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September 30, 2009
by john grupp


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Yankee Stadium bowl is official

The Big East and the New York Yankees have reached an agreement to hold a bowl game at the new $1.5 billion, 57,454-seat Yankee Stadium beginning in December 2010. The game doesn’t have a name or a sponsor yet, but …

September 26, 2009
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Pitt loses shootout at N.C. State

Pitt blew a 14-point second-half lead and lost at N.C. State, 38-31, on Saturday at Carter Finley Stadium. The Panthers, trying to extend their best start in nine years, gave up three consecutive touchdown drives after taking a 31-17 lead …

September 26, 2009
by john grupp


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Pitt-N.C. State first half observations

The Panthers lead by a touchdown, 17-10, at N.C. State at halftime, but it could be a lot closer if the Wolfpack didn’t keep killing their own chances. The Pitt defense has had numerous breakdowns that led to big plays …

September 26, 2009
by john grupp


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Pitt leads Wolfpack, 17-10, at halftime

Pitt leads North Carolina State, 17-10, at halftime at Carter Finley Stadium behind a pair of touchdown runs from freshman Dion Lewis. Lewis sandwiched scoring runs of 6 and 7 yards between a Dan Hutchins field goal, as the Panthers …

September 26, 2009
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Mason to start vs. N.C. State

RALEIGH, N.C. — Pitt freshman middle linebacker Dan Mason will start for the Panthers against N.C. State at 3:30 p.m. this afternoon as senior Adam Gunn remains hobbled with a right ankle sprain. Mason was named the Big East Defensive …

September 25, 2009
by john grupp


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Pitt-N.C. State preview

When Pitt plays N.C. State – 3:30 p.m., Saturday at Carter Finley Stadium – for the first time since the 2001 Tangerine Bowl, a game that looks like a toss-up should come down to a couple of factors – Pitt’s …

September 20, 2009
by john grupp


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Navy-Pitt post-game notes

Here are some observations the day after Pitt’s 27-14 victory over Navy at Heinz Field, leading off with the fact that Pitt dropped two spots in the Associated Press poll voting despite the win (maybe this has something to do …

September 19, 2009
by john grupp


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Pitt up 21-7 on Navy at halftime

Pitt is leading Navy, 21-7, at halftime at Heinz Field behind a strong first-half performance by quarterback Bill Stull. The senior has completed 12 of 14 passes for 189 yards and one touchdown. Stull also completed a pass to himself …

September 19, 2009
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Gunn out of action vs. Navy

Pitt middle linebacker Adam Gunn, the reigning Big East Defensive Player of the Week, is not dressed for tonight’s game against Navy (1-1) at Heinz Field with an left ankle sprain. Gunn, a sixth-year senior who is tied for second …

September 16, 2009
by john grupp


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Pitt guard re-injures foot

Pitt senior shooting guard Jermaine Dixon, the team’s only returning starter, re-injured his right foot and underwent bone graft surgery on a fifth metatarsal fracture this morning at UPMC South Side Hospital. Dixon had initially injured the foot in early …

 
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