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Pitt Ranked No. 25 In College Football Coaches Poll



The good news continues for the Pitt football program as today they received some national recognition.

Following their 34-13 Coastal Conference clinching win over Wake Forest, Pitt found out today that they’re ranked.

The College Football Coaches Poll was released this afternoon and Pitt is ranked #25. It’s the first time they’ve been ranked since they were in the AP Top 25 for the final two polls of the 2016 regular season before their loss to Northwestern in the Pinstripe Bowl knocked them out.

The Panthers are playing solid football so this shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise. Pat Narduzzi’s team has won five of their last six games and in the last four games are beating opponents by an average score of 41-21.

Coaches Poll Top 25

1) Alabama
2) Clemson
3) Notre Dame
4) Michigan
5) Georgia
6) Oklahoma
7) Washington State
8) LSU
9) Central Florida
10) Ohio State
11) Texas
12) West Virginia
13) Florida
14) Penn State
15) Utah State
16) Washington
17) Utah
18) Kentucky
19) Syracuse
20) Mississippi State
21) Northwestern
22) Boise State
23) Fresno State
24) Army
25) PITT

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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