Akron Stuns Panthers, 21-10

Pitt suffers its second loss in a row, as they embark on a remaining slate of ACC games, starting with next Saturday at Virginia.

PITTSBURGH -- Conor Hundley one-upped the nation's leading rusher, gaining 148 yards on 19 carries as Akron upset Pittsburgh 21-10 on Saturday.

Kyle Pohl passed for 193 yards with a touchdown and an interception and defensive lineman Cody Grice -- moonlighting at fullback -- put together a pair of short scoring runs as the Zips (2-2) beat a team from a power conference for the first time in six years.

Akron outgained the Panthers 382-349 and kept Pitt sophomore running back James Conner in check to give coach Terry Bowden the biggest victory of his three-year tenure.

Conner came in with 699 yards but was held to 92 yards on 25 carries as the Panthers (3-2) lost their second straight. Chad Voytik completed 20 of 34 passes for 220 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

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