As of today I’ve closed the comment sections because even after warnings insults and sniping still happened between the posters. I have no hesitation whatsoever to do it, so please clean up your acts, all of you and myself included, or the POV will be just something for you to read and not be able to comment on.
There is no MMQB article today.
It isn’t that there weren’t Good, Bad and Ugly aspects to discuss about the Syracuse game – there are many, but I’m too pissed off that we can’t act like real-life adults on here. I’m not going to keep spend hours every morning researching and writing articles just to have commenters act as selfishly as possible in insulting others and writing crap that has nothing to do with Pitt football.
I just closed down incoming comments on Sundays article and will stay off this Blog until I simmer down. I don’t want to ban commenters or delete comments (except for swearing which I am doing more often now) but may have to – and then it will be a job for me and not fun… which I won’t accept.
If this isn’t to your liking or you feel it too draconian there are a list of other blogs and sites on the POV front page you can switch to. I’m sure they will be glad to have you as dedicated readers and commenters.
Pitt-Duke to kick off at 12:20 p.m.
The Oct. 21 game will be televised locally on WTAE-TV.
PITTSBURGH—Pitt’s October 21 game at Duke will kick off at 12:20 p.m., and be televised locally by WTAE-TV, the Atlantic Coast Conference announced today.
The Panthers’ remaining 2017 schedule with announced television coverage and kickoff times:
Oct. 14: NC State*, (RSN/AT&T SportsNet in Pittsburgh), Noon
Oct. 21: at Duke*, (ACC Network/WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh), 12:20 p.m.
Oct. 28: Virginia*, TBA
Nov. 9 (Thurs.): North Carolina* (ESPN), 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 18: at Virginia Tech*, TBA
Nov. 24 (Fri.): Miami*, TBA