For the second year in a row the City Game (Pittsburgh) won't happen.
Pitt has declined to play Duquesne for the second year in a row.
Up until this past season, the two schools had played every season since 1954 with the 10 most recent meetings being played on the neutral floor of PNC arena home of the Penguins.
The last two years Duquesne has offered to play at the Peterson Events Center, giving up a home/home or a neutral court game, so that the game can be played and the offer has been decline. They also offered to waive the guarantee fee for the road game (something other A10 teams have started offering to get games) and Pitt still declined to play Duquesne even without having to pay to bring them in.