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Pitt game against Iowa set

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Panthers-Hawkeyes will kick at noon and be nationally televised

PITTSBURGH—The Pitt football team’s first game at Iowa in 60 years will be nationally televised by either ESPN or ESPN2 and have a noon (EDT) kickoff, it was announced today.

The Panthers will visit the Hawkeyes on Sept. 17. It will be Pitt’s first visit to Iowa City since 1951.

The schools last met during the 2008 season at Heinz Field with Pitt winning a thriller, 21-20.

The Panthers already have six games slated for national television this season. Additional kickoff times and television arrangements will be announced as they become available.

Pitt Football 2011 Schedule
Sept. 3 Buffalo                                                             
Sept. 10 Maine                                                               
Sept. 17 at Iowa (ESPN, ESPN2) Noon (ET)
Sept. 24 Notre Dame (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2)                     
Sept. 29 USF* (ESPN) 8 p.m.
Oct. 8 at Rutgers*                                                      
Oct. 15 Utah (HC)                                                        
Oct. 26 Connecticut* (ESPN) 8 p.m.
Nov. 5 Cincinnati*                                                      
Nov. 12 at Louisville*                                                   
Nov. 25 at West Virginia* (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2)    
Dec. 3 Syracuse* (ABC, ESPN, ESPN2)              

*Big East game
(HC) Homecoming
Due to television, TBA kickoff times will be announced at a later date.

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