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Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by DaytonBuck, Apr 28, 2004.

  1. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    Did OSU ever play Pitt when the Panthers were a power?
     
  2. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie

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    W
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    11-02-1929
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    18
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    2
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    2
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    L
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    11-15-1930
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    7
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    Columbus, OH
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    16
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    3
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    T
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    10-22-1932
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    0
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    0
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    4
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    W
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    10-10-1936
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    Columbus, OH
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    0
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    5
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    L
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    09-28-1940
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    7
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    Columbus, OH
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    30
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    6
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    L
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    11-01-1941
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    14
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    21
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    7
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    L
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    11-07-1942
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    Columbus, OH
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    L
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    11-06-1943
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    6
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    L
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    11-11-1944
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    19
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    Columbus, OH
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    54
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    10
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    L
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    11-10-1945
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    0
    </TD><TD align=middle width=210 bgColor=#e1d2d2 height=18>
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    14
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    11
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    L
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    11-09-1946
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    13
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    Columbus, OH
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    20
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    12
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    W
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    10-25-1947
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    12
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    0
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    13
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    L
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    11-06-1948
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    0
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    Columbus, OH
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    41
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    14
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    L
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    11-05-1949
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    14
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    L
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    10-07-1950
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    7
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    Columbus, OH
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    41
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    16
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    L
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    11-10-1951
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    14
    </TD><TD align=middle width=210 bgColor=#e1d2d2 height=18>
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    16
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    17
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    W
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    11-08-1952
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    21
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    Columbus, OH
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    14
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    18
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    L
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    11-06-1954
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    0
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    Columbus, OH
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    26
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>These are the old-time games listed on cfbdatawarehouse.com. The 'W's are Pitt wins.

    Pitt was 8-1 in 1929 (they beat us 18-2) and 8-1-1 in 1936 (they won 6-0).
    Their MNC's were in 1916, 1918, 1937, and 1976 (with Tony Dorsett).
     
  3. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Welcome BuckeyeBill73. I know OSU has played Pitt a few times since 1954, why not list those as well? (W's are OSU wins)



    9/21/1996 vs. Pittsburgh (4-7) W 72 0
    9/23/1995 @ Pittsburgh (2-9) W 54 14
    9/17/1994 vs. Pittsburgh (3-8) W 27 3
    9/18/1993 @ Pittsburgh (3-8) W 63 28
    9/17/1988 @ Pittsburgh (6-5) L 10 42
    9/14/1985 vs. Pittsburgh (5-5-1) W 10 7
    1/2/1984 vs. Pittsburgh (8-3-1) W 28 23
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2004
  4. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    whats the M stand for in MNC?
     
  5. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    mythical?
     
  6. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    Yes ... "Mythical" National Champions. This is because the NCAA doesn't "officially" recognize the D-1 National Champion.
     
  7. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    What stadium did Pitt play in before Heinz Field?
     
  8. BuckeyeNation27

    BuckeyeNation27 Goal Goal USA! Staff Member

    thanks...ive always wondered this.
     
  9. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand. Staff Member

    They played at Pitt Stadium which was demolished in 1999.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. BuckeyeTillIDie

    BuckeyeTillIDie The North Remembers

    When has Pitt been a power?
     
  11. DaytonBuck

    DaytonBuck I've always liked them

    I think when Johnny Majors and Tony Dorsett in the late 70's early 80's they where good.
     

  12. I was wondering the same thing
     
  13. 3yardsandacloud

    3yardsandacloud Administrator Emeritus

    "When has Pitt been a power?"


    PITT

    4 (Recognized) Major College National Championship Year(s)
    1916, 8-0-0, Helms Athletic Foundation
    1918, 4-1-0, Helms Athletic Foundation
    1937, 9-0-1, Associated Press
    1976, 12-0-0, Associated Press & United Press International (Coaches Poll)


    1979, 80, & 81 they went 11-1-0 each year under Jackie Sherrill

    10-13-0 in Bowl Games

    They have finished in the top 10 of the AP poll 9 times.


    Hall of Famers:
    Averell Daniell
    Tom Davies
    Mike Ditka
    Joe Donchess
    Tony Dorsett
    Bill Fralic
    Marshall Goldberg
    Hugh Green
    George McLaren
    Dan Marino
    Robert Peck
    Joe Schmidt
    Herbert Stein
    Joe Skladany
    Hube Wagner
    Joe Thompson


    Awards:
    1937 Camp Award
    Marshall Goldberg

    1976 Camp Award
    Tony Dorsett

    1976 Heisman Trophy
    Tony Dorsett

    1976 Maxwell Award
    Tony Dorsett

    1980 Lombardi Award
    Hugh Green

    1980 Maxwell Award
    Hugh Green

    1980 Outland Award
    Mark May

    2000 Biletnikoff Award
    Antonio Bryant


    All-Americans
    1915 - Robert Peck, C
    1916 - Robert Peck, C
    1916 - James Herron, E
    1917 - John Sutherland, G
    1917 - Dale Seis, G
    1918 - George McLaren, B
    1918 - Leonard Hilty, T
    1918 - Tom Davies, B
    1920 - Herb Stein, C
    1921 - Herb Stein, C
    1925 - Ralph Chase, T
    1927 - Gibby Welch, B
    1928 - Mike Getto, T
    1929 - Ray Montgomery, G
    1929 - Joe Donchess, E
    1931 - Jesse Quatse, T
    1932 - Joe Skladany, E
    1932 - Warren Heller, B
    1933 - Joe Skladany, E
    1934 - Chuck Hartwig, G
    1936 - Averell Daniell, T
    1937 - Tony Matisi, T
    1937 - Marshall Goldberg, B
    1938 - Marshall Goldberg, B
    1956 - Joe Walton, E
    1958 - John Guzik, G
    1960 - Mike Ditka, E
    1963 - Paul Martha, B
    1976 - Al Romano, MG
    1976 - Tony Dorsett, RB
    1977 - Bob Jury, DB
    1977 - Randy Holloway, DL
    1977 - Tom Brzoza, C
    1978 - Hugh Green, DL
    1979 - Hugh Green, DL
    1980 - Mark May, OL
    1980 - Hugh Green, DL
    1981 - Sal Sunseri, LB
    1982 - Jimbo Covert, OL
    1983 - Bill Fralic, OL
    1984 - Bill Fralic, OT
    1986 - Tony Woods, DL
    1986 - Randy Dixon, OL
    1987 - Craig Heyward, RB
    1988 - Mark Stepnoski, OL
    1990 - Brian Greenfield, P
    2000 - Antonio Bryant, WR



    Not a dominating team year in and year out, but there's some history there.
     
  14. OSUBasketballJunkie

    OSUBasketballJunkie Never Forget 31-0

    They have had some great players, play there, they are definetly on the rise with Walt Harris at the helm. It would be nice to play them again.


    :gobucks3: :osu4:
     
  15. BB73

    BB73 Loves Buckeye History Staff Member Bookie

    3yards,

    I didn't list all of the games because the question was 'when Pitt was a power'.
     

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