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Pitt- Syracuse game to kick at noon

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Panthers regular season finale to be televised on ESPN or ESPN2

PITTSBURGH—The Pitt football team’s regular-season finale against Syracuse at Heinz Field on Dec. 3 will have a noon kickoff and be nationally televised by either ESPN or ESPN2, the Big East office announced.

Syracuse is one of Pitt’s oldest eastern rivals with 66 all-time meetings dating back to 1916. The Panthers have a 33-30-3 edge in the series and have won six consecutive games against the Orange.

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

Sept. 3  Buffalo 6 p.m.
Sept. 10 Maine   1 p.m.
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* (ESPN, ESPN2) Noon

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

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