Pitt and Penn State met for the 145th time on Saturday. The series marks Pitt's second all-time longest series.
Pitt's 37-point victory was Pitt's largest-ever in the 145-game series against Penn State. Pitt bested its 30-point win (83-53) on December 8, 2001.
Pitt won its fifth consecutive matchup against Penn State. The victory was its sixth in the series' last seven games. Pitt also improved to 70-75 overall against PSU and 46-31 in games hosted by Pitt.
Pitt begins its season at 7-0 for the fourth consecutive season.
Pitt has held six consecutive opponents to 60 points or less.
Pitt improved to 34-1 overall against non-conference opponents at the Petersen Events Center. Pitt has also now won 55 of its last 56 home games against non-conference opponents.
With his 20 points, Carl Krauser moved into 18th place on Pitt's all-time career scoring list. He now has 1,268 points and surpassed Jaron Brown (1,258 points). He needs just seven points to pass Chevon Troutman (1,274).
Krauser finished with his 17th career 20-plus point game of his career.
Junior Aaron Gray notched his fifth double-double in seven games this year. He finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Senior John DeGroat tied a career-high with 11 points on the day.