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Outside zone-blocking scheme is back, but Steelers offensive linemen won’t do it in practice very often.
Safety Robert Golden wants to play a bigger role for the Steelers after starring for two seasons on special teams.
Jon Lester likely remains Pirates’ top target, while controllable years and salaries dominate any talks.
Pedro Alvarez was out of Wednesday’s starting lineup, but his replacement, Josh Harrison, kept his hot streak going.
The Pirates would be responsible for a little more than $4 million for Lester, who immediately would become their best pitcher.
Coach Dana Holgorsen enters his fourth, most decisive season with Mountaineers after coming off a 4-8 season.
Pitt women's basketball released its 2014-15 non-conference schedule.
For those upset by the comic nature of the Pirates’ loss, a reminder the team is 8-4 since the All-Star break.
John Sawin sank a long putt on the 18th green Wednesday at Oakmont Country Club that helped him to a title in the PAGA Amateur Championship.
Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon Inc. and Bring Back the Mile will host the third GNC Live Well Liberty Mile Friday in Downtown.
Pitt freshman Cam Johnson is ready to step up to the next level and he got a taste of the tougher competition this summer.
West Allegheny wrestler Nathan Hall has some big plans for his senior year and he’s working hard to make them become a reality.
Blackhawk finished another standout American Legion baseball season with a Beaver County championship.
West Mifflin took an impressive 24-0 record into the state American Legion baseball tournament.
West Mifflin alumnus C.J. Hester prepares for his senior season at West Liberty by playing high-level competition.
Spencer Lee goes unscored upon to win title at Fila Cadet championships in Snina, Slovakia.
Josh Maruca, Michael Kemerer and Josh Shields earn status at USA Wrestling championships.
Dave Williams is in his second season as a top playmaker for semipro football team.
Two men acquitted in stabbing of Steelers lineman Mike Adams were sentenced Wednesday on charges they fled from police.
Francisco Liriano dealt like a top-of-the-rotation ace Tuesday night, striking out 11 in a 3-1 win against the San Francisco Giants.
The loss closed the series out at 2-1, and gives the Pirates a 57-50 record.
The number retirement ceremony will take place during the Steelers’ Sunday night home game against Baltimore on Nov. 2.
A stronger, more experienced Jarvis Jones has shown off some new tricks early in training camp.
No one knew it then, but 40 years ago the members of the best NFL draft in history showed up at Steelers training camp.
The Pirates emerged as a candidate to acquire Boston ace Jon Lester, but he'd cost something the team has proven to covet -- top prospects.
Former Pirates second-round draft pick Stetson Allie has converted from pitching hard off the mound to hitting the ball far and hard.
Left fielder Starling Marte likely isn’t ready to return to the Pirates lineup just yet, and a Class AAA rehab start could be in the cards.
It’s training camp, but Gerry Dulac is already in January chat form as he takes your questions on the Steelers proceedings in Latrobe.
While most Big Ten coaches seemed to sleepwalk through conference media days, James Franklin was practically bursting with enthusiasm.
Last week, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington was being criticized by some on this site regarding the offseason.
“He had command of all his pitches ... and really kept a very good rhythm,” said manager Clint Hurdle.
With the trading deadline nigh, will the Pirates make a move? Bill has the answers in his weekly chat.
After relying on defense for decades, Pittsburgh might need the offense to lead the way, which might be the most shocking adjustment of all.
Speedy Shazier excels in backs-on-backers drill on first day in pads for at training camp.
As trade talks swirl, current players stay out of it and remain calm before the deadline at 4 p.m. Thursday.
With camp now underway in earnest, Ed takes your questions on the new-look Steelers.
Pirates continue to work with Pedro Alvarez on the third baseman’s throwing problems.
Alleged incident at 4:20 a.m. at a Miami nightclub with his twin brother certainly appears to be a poor decision.
Letter asks NCAA President Mark Emmert to rescind the remaining sanctions because of the harm they’re causing student-athletes.
The Steelers have such a young team that they could add players as others release them in the final roster cuts.
Third-year linebacker Spence is still writing his comeback story, with a key act coming today when he's back in pads at Saint Vincent.
The Pirates front office isn’t finding any no-brainer deals in a trade market that is much more beneficial to teams looking to sell.
With training camp in full swing, Ray takes your questions on the Steelers.
A throng of 34,437 fans showed up to Heinz Field to watch Manchester City's 5-1 rout of AC Milan in International Champions Cup play.
It’s not quite the World Cup, but soccer enthusiasts get into the spirit when Manchester City of England, AC Milan compete in Pittsburgh.
Cloudy, no-sunburn skies, a light breeze, flat water and a fishing rod. At one Butler County hospital, they call that "therapy."
Below are my first answers to the most recent batch of Ask Bob questions.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
A.C. Milan lost 5-1 yesterday at Heinz Field to Manchester City in a 2014 Guinness International Champions Cup Match.
Youth anglers must obtain a free PFBC-issued permit or a voluntary youth fishing license, and be accompanied by a licensed adult.