South Florida Vs. Pittsburgh Final Score: Panthers Drop Fourth In A Row, 56-47

The Pittsburgh Panthers welcomed in the South Florida Bulls to the Peterson Events Center in the hopes of snapping their three-game losing streak. Pitt trailed by just one point in the first half, but the Bulls took over in the second half and were able to hand the Panthers their fourth loss in a row, 56-47. South Florida guard Anthony Collins hammered Pitt to the tune of 22 points on the night. Collins also picked up six assists while Victor Rudd put down 11 points and picked up six rebounds for the Bulls.

For the Panthers, J.J. Moore led the team in scoring with 21 points and picked up three rebounds, while Nasir Robinson nearly had a double-double on the night with nine points and 11 rebounds. The Panthers fall to 4-11 in the Big East while the Bulls improve to 10-4 in conference play and pick up their fourth win in a row.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on Pitt basketball, check out SB Nation blog, Cardiac Hill. For more on the opponent's perspective, check out Voodoo Five, SB Nation's South Florida blog. For all your Big East hoops news, be sure to follow Big East Coast Bias.

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