Watch: Video of Pitt coach Kevin Stallings trying to break his clipboard goes viral

Pitt basketball wrapped up a miserable season this afternoon at the ACC Tournament in Brooklyn.

The Panthers lost to Notre Dame in the first round of the ACC Tournament, completing a winless conference season. They went 0-18 in the regular season against ACC foes.

Pitt actually fought hard today, with the final score showing proof of that effort. Notre Dame eked out a 67-64 win.

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50. USC

Points: 174

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49. DePaul

Points: 186

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48. San Francisco

Points: 191

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47. LSU

Points: 198

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46. Vanderbilt

Points: 204

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45. Georgia Tech

Points: 213

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44. Kansas State

Points: 224

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5. Kansas

Points: 857

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43. Minnesota

Points: 226

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42. West Virginia

Points: 229

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41. Gonzaga

Points: 230

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40. Stanford

Points: 232

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39. Utah

Points: 239

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39. Tennessee

Points: 243

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37. Wisconsin

Points: 250

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36. Texas

Points: 255

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35. Pittsburgh

Points: 264

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34. Oklahoma State

Points: 271

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20. Oklahoma

Points: 371

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33. Wake Forest

Points: 281

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32. Virginia

Points: 283

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31. Arkansas

Points: 289

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30. Alabama

Points: 297

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29. Missouri

Points: 300

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T-27. Florida

Points: 306

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T-27. St. John's

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26. Memphis

Points: 307

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25. UNLV

Points: 321

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24. Purdue

Points: 339

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23. Iowa

Points: 343

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T-21. North Carolina State

Points: 366

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T-21. Marquette

Points: 366

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19. Villanova

Points: 372

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18. Notre Dame

Points: 382

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17. Maryland

Points: 400

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16. Connecticut

Points: 402

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15. Georgetown

Points: 421

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14. Michigan

Points: 423

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13. Michigan State

Points: 434

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12. Ohio State

Points: 453

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11. Illinois

Points: 479

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10. Cincinnati

Points: 500

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9. Syracuse

Points: 581

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8. Arizona

Points: 594

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7. Louisville

Points: 627

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6. Indiana

Points: 662

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4. UCLA

Points: 957

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3. Duke

Points: 1,032

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2. North Carolina

Points: 1,098

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1. Kentucky

Points: 1,111

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With the score 65-61 in the final minute, Pitt had possession of the ball with a chance to make it a one-possession game. However, a bad turnover sealed the Panthers’ fate.

It also led to this priceless video of head coach Kevin Stallings in the huddle during the ensuing timeout. A frustrated Stallings attempted to break his clipboard over his knee.

Like most things for Pitt this year, it didn’t go well.

The Panthers are 24-41 in Stallings’ two seasons as head coach, including a 5-34 mark in conference games. 5-34!

Mercilessly, they can close the book on this season today and head into the off-season, clipboards semi-intact.

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