Pitt Football Hit With Issues Ahead of UNC’s Visit On Saturday Night

The Tar Heels and Panthers will be meeting again in a series that has produced close contests, with 12 of the last 16 games between these teams decided by single digits. Pitt (1-2) enters Saturday's ACC opener coming off a disappointing 17-6 loss at Backyard Brawl rival West Virginia. The Panthers also dropped a home bout against Cincinnati 27-21. (Inside Carolina)

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Pitt Football Hit With Issues Ahead of UNC’s Visit On Saturday Night

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