Models of consistency for the past decade, Pittsburgh and Villanova -- two programs that faced off in the 2009 Elite Eight -- are in a stunning free fall this season. What in the world happened?
In the second installment of Dana O'Neil's "In the Know" column, she buys in to Baylor and sings the praises of Creighton's Doug McDermott.
Pittsburgh, the self-proclaimed team of no stars, put on a typical Pittsburgh performance in its Coaches vs. Cancer title-game victory over Texas.
The Big East tournament has arrived. Here's what you need to know about the teams that will be on the court at Madison Square Garden.
The things Pitt's Jermaine Dixon has -- not the things he has lost -- have made him into the man he is today.
Pitt's victory over Villanova doesn't erase last season's Elite Eight loss, but it does help the Panthers this season.
If Pittsburgh is a city full of tough underdogs, there's perhaps no better representative than the Pitt basketball team, which won at UConn Wednesday and continued its remarkable start to Big East season.
Here is Dana O'Neil's instant analysis of Pitt at Georgetown.
Pitt's basketball isn't pretty. The Panthers play scrappy, blue-collar, in-your-face ball and, as evident in the Legends Classic, it's working, writes Dana O'Neil.
Just a few weeks ago, Pitt looked incapable of a run to the Big East Championship game. But star Sam Young and coach Jamie Dixon -- a yin-yang duo -- kept the Panthers together, writes Dana O'Neil.