Update (9:41 PM)-
**Brennan Marion extends an offer tonight to 2024 wide receiver Parker Livingstone (6’3”, 185) from Pearce High School in Richardson, Texas. This is Livingstone’s first D-1 offer.
Freshman 6A Varsity WR DFW – https://t.co/SSz2zJKfyO
— Parker Livingstone (@ParkerL06) December 18, 2020
Update (8:21 PM)-
**Pitt extends an offer tonight to 2023 athlete Jakoby Banks (5’11”, 170) from Missouri City, Texas. Banks got the news from Brennan Marion. This is Banks first Power Five offer (Marshall).
2023 ATH prospect @jakoby_banks showing off his deep threat capabilities on this rep. Championship Sunday vibes 🤙🏾.
— Mr Houston 🏈 👑 (@MikeWestHTX) March 28, 2021
I am blessed to have received my second Division 1 offer from the university of Pittsburgh!!!!!! 💙💛💙💛 @MikeWestHTX @PghSportsNow @SamuelPadgitt @YoungBanks219 @BrennanMarion4 pic.twitter.com/TMP5yn3sct
— ♨️Jakoby “THE JOKER🃏“Banks . (@jakoby_banks) March 28, 2021
Update (7:42 PM)-
Duquesne and Pitt target https://t.co/y8Rfu5G5bg
— George Michalowski (@MichalowskiCBB) March 28, 2021
Update (3:34 PM)-
**Pitt extends an offer this afternoon to freshmen Kobe Boykin from Orange, California. Boykin is getting recruited by Pitt as an athlete and received the news from Brennan Marion. Boykin also holds offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Colorado.
They decided to kick it to me …House call c/o 24 ATH Hudl soon .. @2Ddavis @prowaytraining @ttherzog @adamgorney @BrandonHuffman @coachkeith_1k @RyanWrightRNG @coach_cristobal @TheRBCoach @GregBiggins @OCSportsZone @K12Elite @DavidDelgado_OC @RTaylorFBscout @GHoward_Scout pic.twitter.com/mBlUsuHg4a
— Kobe Boykin (@kobe_4thawin) March 27, 2021
Update (9:55 AM)-
Dayton takes command in second half to beat Duquesne, 2-0 https://t.co/v9esqaqwnl
— Pittsburgh Soccer Now (@pghsoccernow) March 28, 2021
Update (9:27 AM)-
Another THRILLING victory in double OT❗
No. 5 Pitt moves to 11-2 overall and a combined fall/spring 7-1 in ACC play.
— Pitt Men's Soccer (@Pitt_MSOC) March 28, 2021
Update (9:22 AM)-
Houston 62, Syracuse 46. Unless FSU reaches national championship game — potential road is Michigan, Alabama and Gonzaga — the ACC (4-6) will have its first losing NCAA tournament record since 1987. Every other conference has had at least 1 losing NCCAT record in 2000s.
— David Teel (@ByDavidTeel) March 28, 2021