Woodall, who ended with 14 points, used the treys to help spark a second-half rally for the Panthers (20-5, 8-4 Big East), who stayed hot with a seventh victory in eight games.
Steven Adams put in 13 points for Pittsburgh and Talib Zanna helped out with 11.
Sean Kilpatrick scored 16 points but when 0-for-7 from the field down the stretch for the Bearcats (18-6, 6-5), who couldn't hit a field goal over the final 9 minutes.
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