College Basketball, Montana ended a 14-game losing streak to Power Five conference schools with an 83-78 overtime victory over Pitt. (0-2) Pitt lost its first season opener in two decades when it fell at Navy Friday. The Panthers host UC-Santa Barbara tomorrow.
Jamel Artis led the Panthers with 18 and Michael Young added 14.
Ben Lammers scored 20 points and Josh Okogie added 14 as Georgia Tech topped Pitt 61-52.
John Collins tipped in a rebound with 18.8 seconds left, as Wake Forest rallied from 19 down to beat Pitt 63-59.
College Basketball, Virginia Tech beat Pitt 66-63. Cameron Johnson had 17 points and 11 rebounds for his first career double-double for the Panthers.
No. 12 North Carolina beat Pitt 80-78. Cameron Johnson scored 24 points for the Panthers.
Donovan Mitchell scored 29 points as 13th-ranked Louisville crushed Pitt 106-51.
College Hoops, Quentin Snider scored 22 points as 14th-ranked Louisville beat Pitt 85-80. Jamel Artis led the Panthers with 43 points. Pitt hosts Miami Saturday afternoon.
After a five-game homestand, and right after its overtime victory against No. 11 Virginia, Pitt hits the (frozen and snow-covered) road up to Syracuse to take on Jim Boeheim and the Orange.
A quick glance at what to expect this afternoon…
Matchup: Pitt (12-3, 1-1 ACC) at Syracuse (9-6, 1-1), noon, today, Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y.
Pitt: Coming off 88-76 victory in overtime last Wednesday against Virginia. The win was Pitt’s first against the Cavaliers since joining the ACC in 2013.
College Hoops, Jamel Artis scored 24 points as Pitt topped No. 11 Virginia 88-76 in overtime. The Panthers play at Syracuse Saturday at noon.