After the Akron loss, I asked the question if Pitt's season was over. Of course there's a lot of football to be played, but that's the kind of game that can make you think it's difficult to win much more in a season. With two consecutive losses, things look bleak for the Panthers.
120 points and 1300 yards. That is what UNC has given up in the past two games to a pair of the more dynamic and productive offenses in the country. Those kind of numbers casts a lot of doubt on how the rest of the season will play out. The slight ray of hope is the remainder of the schedule, at least in terms of the numbers, doesn't pit UNC against any offensive powerhouses. Here is how the rest of the teams on UNC's schedule rank in the relevant offensive categories.
Louisville football season might be in full swing, but you know that hoops is right around the corner when the team's media guide hits the Internet. Be careful before you click that link, you could lose yourself for a couple of days inside it.