The Tribune-Democrat

Instead of looking for its first 4-0 start in more than 20 years, Pitt football is searching for answers after a stunning home loss to Western Michigan this past Saturday, one that dropped the Panthers to 2-1. 
The loss was a letdown for Pitt after beating Tennessee in the hostile confines of Neyland Stadium a week prior.

Instead of looking for its first 4-0 start in more than 20 years, Pitt football is searching for answers after a stunning home loss to Western Michigan this past Saturday, one that dropped the Panthers to 2-1. 
The loss was a letdown for Pitt after beating Tennessee in the hostile confines of Neyland Stadium a week prior.

Forest Hills senior Jackson Arrington, top, battles Iowa’s Hunter Garvin at FloWrestling’s Who’s No. 1 event on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, in D…

Bishop McCort Catholic eighth-grader Bo Bassett, right, competes against Illinois’ Seth Mendoza at FloWrestling’s Who’s No. 1 event on Saturda…

For the second straight week, Crawley and the Rangers sustained a gut-wrenching defeat. Behind Crawley’s 219 yards of total offense and two touchdowns, Forest Hills had a nine-point lead in the second half and were on the verge of snapping its two-game losing streak when Rother took over in the final moments to enable Bishop Guilfoyle to end its own two-game skid, 17-16.

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