Pitt’s game at Georgia Tech on Saturday, Nov. 14 will have a 7 p.m. kickoff time and will be broadcast on AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh and the rest of the ACC’s regional sports networks.
The game will be the first primetime game of the season for the Panthers, who have played all early or late afternoon games to this point.
It will also be the first time Pitt will not be featured on the ESPN family of networks. All but one of Pitt’s games — Pitt’s Oct. 24 loss to Notre Dame — have been on ACC Network.
Georgia Tech has been hosting fans at approximately 20% of capacity in Bobby Dodd Stadium, which has resulted in announced attendance of 11,000 for each of the Yellow Jackets’ four home games this season.
The Panthers (3-4, 2-4) first will face Florida State this Saturday. Georgia Tech (2-5, 2-4) will have the weekend off before hosting the Panthers.
The ACC regional sports networks include the AT&T, Fox Sports and Root Sports affiliates in the region, along with MASN, NESN, YES and others.