Pitt vs. Old Dominion: TV, Schedule, Odds, Game Information

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Pitt gets its second night game of the year on Saturday, facing Old Dominion on Saturday. Most of us realize this should be a win for Pitt but in college football, there are no guarantees, boys and girls. The Panthers face a team making a transition to the FBS level, the Monarchs sport a potent offense. If that weren't enough, Pitt also comes in a bit banged up with injuries to James Conner and Devin Street.

Still, no excuses here, folks. This is a game Pitt needs to win. Playing at home against a weaker opponent, the Panthers need to take care of business.

Here's the game information for today:

Time: 7:00 p.m. (EST)

Where: Heinz Field (Pittsburgh, PA)

TV: RSN (Root Sports in Pittsburgh) and WatchESPN (ESPN3)

Odds: Pitt favored by 17 1/2 earlier in the week

Pitt record: 3-2

Old Dominion record: 4-2

Check out our Pitt - Virginia Tech Game Week page for all of our stories and news about today's game.

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