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Pitt, Louisville to Kick at Noon on ACC Network



Pitt’s game against Louisville at Heinz Field on Sept. 26 will kick off at noon and will be broadcast on ACC Network, the conference announced on Monday.

It will be Pitt’s second noon kick of the season and third time in three games that they’ll be broadcast on ACC Network, the league’s ESPN-fun stand-alone network that is not carried by major Pittsburgh-area cable provider Comcast.  

Pitt is ranked No. 25 in the current AP Top 25, while the Cardinals are No. 18. The Panthers will host Syracuse this week while Louisville welcomes Miami to Cardinal Stadium. 

ThiS Saturday will be Pitt’s first home game as a ranked team since Oct. 29, 2016, when they lost to North Carolina. 

Should Pitt and Louisville also win this week, Pitt would be playing its first game between ranked opponents since losing to Utah on Sept. 2, 2010 and it would be the first game among ranked teams at Heinz Field since losing to No. 5 Cincinnati on Dec. 5, 2009.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Sec. 122
Sec. 122
1 year ago

If Pitt is ranked 25 and plays at home this week wouldn’t this be their first o game ranked at Heinz Field since Oct 2016 loss to NC? Unless your facts are wrong something doesn’t make sense about needing to beat Syracuse to have a home game while ranked.

Courtney Marley
Courtney Marley
1 year ago

First game between ranked opponents is what he means

1 year ago

Does anyone else get screwed by Comcast and the ACC network? I used to get 95% of Pitt games 20 years ago, but now only get <50%. WTF!!!
2-0 baby!!!! H2P

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