Even as the conference's best team, Pitt still has little support in the most recent football polls.
When the newest polls were released Sunday, Pitt still (unsurprisingly) was out of the top 25. The team is, however, gaining a few votes.
Pitt received 14 points in the AP poll, essentially good for 32nd place. The Panthers were even farther down in the USA Today poll. They received five points, and were 39th in that poll.
Pitt will likely need to win its next two games, road contests at Connecticut and South Florida, before it gets serious consideration for a top 25 spot.