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Pitt Joins ESPN’s Week 3 College Football Power Rankings

Pitt Joins ESPN’s Week 3 College Football Power Rankings

Following their 21-10 win on Saturday against Syracuse, the Pitt Panthers moved up four spots to No. 21 in the latest AP Top 25 poll but that wasn’t the only national media poll that’s recognized the Panthers.

Following the Big Ten’s decision last week to start up football in October, ESPN’s released their Power Rankings which included schools from the Big 10. Keep in mind, Big Ten schools aren’t eligible to be placed in the AP rankings at this time.

ESPN senior college football writer Chris Low released his Week 3 Top 25 Power Rankings on Monday morning and Pat Narduzzi’s program is included on the list.


1) Alabama
2) Ohio State
3) Clemson
4) Oklahoma
5) Notre Dame
6) Georgia
7) Florida
8) Texas
9) Penn State
10) LSU
11) Texas A&M
12) Wisconsin
13) Central Florida
14) Miami, Fla.
15) Auburn
16) Michigan
17) Louisiana Lafayette
18) Cincinnati
19) North Carolina
20) Oklahoma State
21) Minnesota
22) Tennessee
23) TCU
24) Kentucky
25) Pitt 

Pitt, which is 2-0 for the first time since 2016, will look to remain undefeated this Saturday when they host 1-1 Louisville. Following a stretch of games against the Cardinals, NC State and Boston College, the Panthers will face a huge two game stretch as they travel to Miami and then host Notre Dame.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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Justin Dietrich
Justin Dietrich
6 months ago

They need to be 5-0 heading into Miami. Anything less will be a failure.

6 months ago

I see 4-1. Our OL is still weak and still give up too may deep balls because no safety help over the top. 5-0 would be nice. I hope I’m wrong!

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