With players like Walter Berry and Mark Jackson watching from the stands, St. John's went out and shocked ninth-ranked Pittsburgh 55-50 Saturday at Madison Square Garden, giving the Panthers their first loss of the season and setting off a wild scene in which students stormed the floor and celebrated another milestone for a program struggling to reestablish itself.St. John's (10-6, 3-2 Big East) proved that life in the tough Big East, so far, is tenable. After beating two nationally ranked teams in the span of five days, St. John's has already matched its entire conference win total last year while Pittsburgh dropped to 15-1 and 4-1 in the conference
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