Who’s going to be the next men’s basketball coach at Pitt? The honest answer is that no one in the media really has a credible answer to that question. People can speculate on message boards and Twitter but only Heather Lyke and the hierarchy at Pitt really know who the candidates are at this point. It’s apparent that Lyke is running a very tight search thus very few leaks have come out of Oakland.
PSN Daily Notebook: March 19 Published on March 19, 2018 The PSN Daily Notebook is your most reliable source for updated news and notes on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL. This coverage is sponsored by Vocelli’s Pizza of Rochester, Hopewell and Dormont. UPDATE (1:27 PM)- **This morning, Pitt extended an offer to an athlete from Ohio. 2019 DT/DE Cavon Butler (6-3, 267) from Whitmer High School (Toledo) received the offer from secondary coach Archie Collins. This is big for Butler...
Vukovcan: Hey Pitt, Go Talk to Sean Miller Published on March 16, 2018 Sometimes in life, a relationship develops because two people just need each other. I believe that’s the case now with the Pitt basketball program and Sean Miller. The Panthers are coming off of one of the worst seasons in their school history and the fan base is extremely unhappy with the current state of the program. They need someone or something to inject life back into what was once a proud and successful team. Last...
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