Dec. 10, 2005
*Pitt's 37-point victory was Pitt's largest-ever in the 145-game series against
*Pitt won its fifth consecutive matchup against
*Pitt begins its season at 7-0 for the fourth consecutive season.
*Pitt has held six consecutive opponents to 60 points or less.
*Pitt improved to 34-1 overall against non-conference opponents at the
*With his 20 points, Carl Krauser moved into 18th place on Pitt's all-time career scoring list. He now has 1,268 points and surpassed Jaron Brown (1,258 points). He needs just seven points to pass Chevon Troutman (1,274).
*Krauser finished with his 17th career 20-plus point game of his career.
*Junior Aaron Gray notched his fifth double-double in seven games this year. He finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds.
*Senior John DeGroat tied a career-high with 11 points on the day.
Wilson To Depart Pitt Program
Chancellor Gallagher Names Heather Lyke Pitt Athletic Director
2017 Kevin Stallings Pitt Panthers Camp Dates Announced
Manigault & Clark to Leave Pitt
Pitt Falls to No. 21 UVA in ACC Tournament, 75-63
COURTSIDE: Panthers Topple Georgia Tech in Brooklyn