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New football coach Pat Narduzzi makes a strong first impression, sounds as if he plans to be at Pitt for a long time.
Brooks Orpik returns to Consol Energy Center tonight to face Penguins for first time since joining Washington in free agency.
The injury-depleted Pens called up two players from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Year one with James Franklin at Penn State's helm set to wrap up at the Pinstripe Bowl
Weather that was not conducive to snow sports mean ski slopes in and around southwestern Pennsylvania need help.
And what does it all mean? Next to nothing. To quote Al Davis: Just win, baby.
Bryant, who was a fourth-round pick out from Clemson, is the seventh current member of the Steelers offense to earn the honor.
Narduzzi served as Michigan State’s defensive coordinator for the past eight seasons.
Stu Lyon was a star of Fox Chapel’s 1977 state champ basketball team. He’s faced difficult times, but is back as a coach at his alma mater.
Three quarterbacks who played in state championship football games made a quick transition to the basketball court.
In his two seasons with the Mountaineers, Trickett passed for 4,890 yards, with 25 touchdown passes and 17 interceptions.
Beau Bennett, Olli Maatta and Sidney Crosby were diagnosed with mumps earlier this month.
Recent signs points to the Steelers' defense being able to shoulder bigger load in the playoffs, a likely must if they hope to go far.
An extra day off for Christmas is mandated by the players’ union contract now, and that suits many NHL players just fine.
Running back Akeel Lynch continues his improbable journey at Penn State
If the Steelers win Sunday, they will finish 11-5, just as the 2005 team did. That squad won the Super Bowl.
A roundup of what’s biting on regional waterways.
All the Steelers want for Christmas is a division title.
Dave Molinari breaks down some of the most promising players in the Penguins organization.
North Allegheny’s Meg Morningstar and Cornell’s Dane Jackson earn weekly recognition.
Going out with a win in the Pinstripe Bowl would help propel the Nittany Lions into next season.
Pitt basketball coach Jamie Dixon believes his team’s improvement since return of Cameron Wright from injury is not an accident.
Bob Smizik wishes you and yours happy holidays!
The Panthers are set to hire Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi, according to a source close to the program.
Will the Steelers make it four in a row and take the division? Check out Gerry’s pigskin picks for the last week of the regular season.
Marcus McGinniss leads Upper St. Clair to a 68-64 win at Class AAAA No. 2 Chartiers Valley in Section 4.
The Nittany Lions soaked in the Sept. 11, 2001, memorial Tuesday as part of their weeklong visit to New York City for the Pinstripe Bowl.
The team will give away prizes as a thank-you to fans. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Sunday for the 8:30 p.m. kickoff against the Bengals.
Ben DiNucci and Brett Brumbaugh joined by 16 others from WPIAL named to the Class AAAA and Class AA all-state teams.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the North Xtra coverage area.
Mitch Barcaskey has begun an extensive reconstruction of the Moon Area wrestling program and he starting to see results.
Coach poses question whether team wants to win or just play, and Titans respond.
Quakers looked good before the season and proving looks aren't deceiving.
Wrestling team will be without ailing head coach Jose Martinez.
Here is the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players in the South Xtra coverage area.
One board member laments the lack of interviews with other candidates for the top job in the Steel Valley football program.
Elizabeth Forward’s Luke Fournier ignored some bad luck from past years and has begun this wrestling season in impressive fashion.
A couple of attractive high school wrestling tournaments are on tap for fans during the holidays.
With a cast of characters with familiar surnames, Peters Township stands at the top of the PIHL Class AAA standings.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the East Xtra coverage area.
Centurions face tough battle in quest for another section title in basketball.
Knights are coming through at crunch time to win tight decisions.
Franklin Regional out to defend team title in competitive field.
Here are the Post-Gazette’s top 22 high school football players from the West Xtra coverage area.
A 7-2 start to the season, including a 3-0 mark in Section 2-AAA, has the Ambridge girls basketball team thinking big.
A strong defense has kept the West Allegheny High School hockey team competitive.
Box scores from Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2014
Rally proves to be a case of too little, too late as Tampa Bay ends 10-game drought against Penguins with 4-3 win.