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Pitt releases 2015, 2016 non-conference football schedules |

Pitt releases 2015, 2016 non-conference football schedules

Jerry DiPaola
| Tuesday, October 7, 2014 12:36 p.m

Pitt released dates for its 2015 and 2016 non-conference football schedules Tuesday, including a home-and-home series against Marshall.

Pitt will play Marshall of Conference USA on Oct. 1, 2016, at Heinz Field. The Panthers will travel to Marshall in 2020.

Pitt’s 2015 non-conference opponents include the opener against Youngstown State on Sept. 5, road games at Akron and Iowa on Sept. 12 and 19 and a home game with Notre Dame on Nov. 7.

The game against the Irish will mark the seventh meeting between the schools since 2008.

In 2016, Pitt will open Sept. 3 against Villanova at Heinz Field before resuming the Penn State series for the first time since 2000 on Sept. 10. That also is a home game.

Pitt visits Oklahoma State on Sept. 17.

The ’16 road schedule also includes an ACC crossover game at Clemson.

Pitt current four-game, home-and-home series with Penn State runs through 2019.

Jerry DiPaola is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at or via Twitter @JDiPaola_Trib.

Jerry DiPaola is a Tribune-Review pitt football reporter. You can contact Jerry at 412-320-7997, or via Twitter .

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