Your Panthers have a big ACC Coastal Division contest on Saturday against North Carolina at 12:30 p.m. at Heinz Field. We have a feeling that these extended highlights from last week's Notre Dame victory will get you in the right mindset.
Pitt star DT Aaron Donald, who is up for every major defensive award nationally, finished the Notre Dame game with a tackle assist. The stat sheet doesn't come close to telling the story, however. So we'll tell the story for you. Take a look at his highlights and the impact he had in the game below.
Pitt hosts the Notre Dame
Fighting Irish on Saturday night at 8 p.m. in an ABC primetime broadcast game.
Prior to the game, country
recording artist Craig Campbell will take the stage at Stage AE for a Panthers
Pregame Show with doors opening at 5 p.m. The event is free to the public and
there will be food and drink specials available.
A schedule of gameday events,
as well as some reminders are below. Please remember that the new bag policy is in effect and pay special consideration to the section on seat cushions.
We will not have representatives
providing clear bags in the parking lots so please make plans in advance. Additionally,
you will need to have a paper ticket for admission to Heinz Field.
Lawn Student Tailgate: 5-8 p.m. World's Largest Family Tailgate: 5-8 p.m. Stage AE- All Fans Welcome: 5 p.m. Craig Campbell concert (Stage AE): 6 p.m. Pitt Band Pregame Concert (Gate A): 6 p.m. March To Victory Parade: 7 p.m. PantherVision Intro Video: 7:52 p.m. Kickoff, Pitt vs. Notre Dame: 8 p.m. Game Broadcast: ABC National Broadcast (WTAE-TV in
Pitt's digital ticketing
system comes with a multitude of capabilities. One important component is that
fans are able to share their tickets if they are unable to attend a game. Fans
can share tickets with friends and family, sell their tickets online, or donate
to a charity. For more information, visit the ticket center.
Will Call will open three
hours prior to kickoff this season at Gate A. Walk-up ticket sales will take
place at Gate B.
Pitt fans are asked to
arrive early to the stadium due to enhanced security measures, which
includes a handheld metal detector. The detector will replace pat-downs. Express
lanes will be available for fans that are not carrying items into Heinz Field.