Pittsburgh Panthers vs. FIU Golden Panthers
The Pittsburgh Panthers play on the road for the second straight week when they take on the 1-1 FIU Golden Panthers. Pitt, which is 2-0 this season, won its Atlantic Coast Conference opener at Boston College last week 30-20, while FIU got its first win of the season by routing FCS opponent Wagner 34-3. This is the second meeting between the two schools; Pitt won the first at home in 2010, 44-17.
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Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: FOX Sports 1
The Panthers are looking for their first 3-0 start since 2009.
Pitt’s James Conner is averaging 183.5 yards per game on the ground and ran for 214 yards at Boston College.
The Panthers are ranked first in the ACC in total defense at 170 yards allowed per game.
This is Pitt’s first trip to Florida since beating South Florida 27-3 to close the 2012 regular season.
The Panthers have 81 underclassmen in the program—53 freshmen and 28 sophomores— which is more than any other FBS program in the country.
Pitt’s 356 rushing yards per game leads the ACC and ranks fourth in the country.
The Panthers had 409 rushing yards in their opener against Delaware, their highest single-game total since the 1976 national championship season.
Pitt is 12-for-12 in the red zone this season, scoring 12 touchdowns. They converted all three red zone trips into touchdowns at Boston College.
The Panthers have not surrendered a quarterback sack through two games; last season they allowed 43.
Pitt’s shutout of Delaware in the opener was its first since a 24-0 win over Connecticut in 2005.