The PSN Daily Notebook is your top source for daily updated news on Pitt, Duquesne, Robert Morris and the WPIAL.
UPDATE (6:19 PM)-
Just talked with one of the recruits visiting @Pitt_FB this weekend and he said “it’s going great “ and that he’d be announcing his decision the day before Signing Day. I like Pitt’s chances.
— Pittsburgh Sports Now (@PghSportsNow) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (5:55 PM)-
— MAR👽 (@showtime_rice) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (5:46 PM)-
**2018 cornerback Rashad Ajayi from Georgia picks up a Pitt offer. Just a couple of days ago, Ajayi de-committed from Georgia Southern.
UPDATE (4:51 PM)-
#WPIAL teams playing for Championships:
6A: Pine Richland vs St. Joe’s Prep
5A: Gateway vs Archbishop Wood
3A: Quaker Valley vs Middletown
1A: Jeannette vs Homer Center
All games at Hershey Park #WPIAL @WPAFootball
— WPIAL Football Zone 🏈 (@AJWPIAL) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (1:08 PM)-
Pitt target Shocky Jacques-Louis meets Antonio Brown during his trip to Pittsburgh. The benefits of a shared practice facility.
— Shocky Jacques-louis🇭🇹 (@ShockyMVP) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (10:39 AM)-
UPDATE (8:56 AM)-
Pitt Womens Volleyball at #1 PSU will air live at 7 pm tonight on B1G Network
— PittPanthersFanatics (@PittFanaticsFB) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (8:52 AM)-
And we're off! pic.twitter.com/CPutb78Flk
— 2020 5A State Champions (@PRRamsFootball) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (7:04 AM)-
Talk about a year of 1st times.. 1st WPIAL Title, 1st PIAA State Playoff appearance and a win. 1st Time Quaker Valley heads to Hershey to play for a state title… SEE YOU AT HERSHEY #RollQuakes pic.twitter.com/o4a0uOl2uB
— QV Football (@Qvfootball) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (6:37 AM)-
It's not often two schools so close to one another meet for a PIAA football championship. Jeannette and Homer-Center are only 35 miles apart. #WPIAL
— PG Varsity Xtra (@PGVarsityXtra) December 2, 2017
UPDATE (5:40 AM)-
Steven Adams scored 27 points today without missing a shot (11-11 FG, 5-5 FT).
That's the most points without a miss by an NBA player since Pau Gasol had 28 points (10-10 FG, 8-8 FT) on Nov. 21, 2010.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 2, 2017