Watch Pitt's Locker Room Celebration. It is So. Much. Fun.

The University of Pittsburgh Panthers pulled off one of the biggest upsets in college football history by knocking off No. 2 Clemson Saturday night.

University of Pittsburgh football coach Pat Narduzzi told reporters late last week that the Panthers were headed to Clemson's aptly-named Death Valley “with upset” on their mind. But Pitt was coming off back-to-back losses and virtually no one outside of their locker room gave the unranked Panthers a chance.  In a stadium packed to the rafters with Clemson fans, Pitt silenced the crowd with a stunning 43-42 win. Afterwards, inside the winning locker room, silence was in short supply.

Back in Oakland, the night sky was as bright at the supermoon.


The near full moon and the Victory Lights illuminate the night sky celebrating a #Pitt win in Oakland in #pittsburgh

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