The semifinals were kind to The Fumbler, who went 7-1 in his picks. Here are his PIAA championship picks.
After going 3-1 last week, The Fumbler is 534-113 (.825) for the season. Here are his thoughts on this weekend's PIAA semifinal games.
Who will advance to the PIAA finals? Only The Fumbler knows.
Four WPIAL teams begin their PIAA playoff runs tonight, and three will make it to the next round — if you believe The Fumbler, that is.
No better way to cap off the Thanksgiving weekend then by taking in a tasty, four-course session of WPIAL championship games at Heinz Field.
With a 522-108 record on the season, The Fumbler makes his picks for tonight’s playoff matchups around the WPIAL and PIAA.
Here are The Fumbler’s thoughts on tonight's WPIAL quarterfinal and PIAA playoff matchups.
The Fumbler finished the regular season by going 54-11, which moved his season record to 481-98. Here are some bold playoff predictions.
It's one of the highlights of The Fumbler's year -- Rivalry week.
It doesn't seem long ago that most high school football games were of that 3-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust type of mentality.
The Fumbler was a big winner last week, going 53-11, improving him to 317-68 for the season. Here are his thoughts on this weekend's games.
The Fumbler was a big winner last week, going 54-10, improving him to 264-57 for the season. Here are his thoughts on this weekend's games.
The Fumbler went 53-11 (.828) last week, which raised his season record to 210-47 (.817); here are his thoughts on this weekend's top games.
The Fumbler recently experienced his most stressful moments ever on a high school football night, and it had nothing to do with the game.
The Fumbler has been afflicted by the side effects of attending the wildest game he’s ever seen in all his years as a high school football
We could potentially near the record high for the opening day of high school football, which came in 1953 when the thermometer soared to 95.
Sad as it is, another football season comes to a close this weekend with PIAA title games in Hershey, Pa.
The four WPIAL champions are expected to win their PIAA semifinal matchups this weekend to earn a trip to Hershey, Pa.
The Fumbler picks the weekend PIAA playoff games and salutes the top moments and players so far this season.
When The Fumbler woke up early this morning, it felt like Christmas in November.
The Fumbler did something last week he had surprisingly never before done in his life -- he went to the circus.
For The Fumbler, there's no place like home.
It's that week of the year when everyone dusts off their crystal balls and stares into them looking for the answer.
October is one of The Fumbler's favorite months of the year.
The Fumbler loves football. That doesn't mean, however, he thinks the sport is perfect. One part of it, in particular, continues to irk him.
Proud of his job, The Fumbler hopes you check out this column every week, but never as much as this week.
Jeopardy has become a part of The Fumbler's Friday night football routine.
The mercy rule has become a part of The Fumbler's Friday night football routine.
The Fumbler is no hot dog but he relishes posting big numbers: he went 52-14 in his Week 1 picks and 51-14 in Week 2.
High school football picks from the PG’s fearless, anonymous, prognosticator.
The Fumbler is picking winners of high school football games for the 100th year ... kinda.
Here are a few final picks before it's time to head to the couch for the rest of the year.
The Fumbler shook his head and smiled while watching the Steelers-Ravens game with his family on Thanksgiving.
The Fumblies honor the best of the best in the WPIAL and City League. And the winners are ...
Picks for this weekend's WPIAL Championship action.
Cold. Snow. Ice. Warming up his car for 15 minutes and vigorously scraping off his windshield -- the Fumbler hates it all.
Picks for this weekend's high school football playoff action
You've heard of WikiLeaks. Well, you could call this WPIAL Leaks.
Attendance seemed much lower than usual at the games The Fumbler attended the past few weeks, and he couldn't understand why.
For more than two weeks, the United States government went into shutdown mode. Even The Fumbler considered shutting down.
The Fumbler hopes to come up with a plan to walk into a WPIAL football game with all the glitz and glamor of a championship fight.
Like most of you, The Fumbler watched in disgust last Sunday as the Steelers struggled to score in a season-opening loss to Tennessee.
The streak is over! The streak is over!
As The Fumbler prepared for his 21st season of picking games for the PG, he wanted to do something bold and brash.
The PIAA Championships are like Christmas to The Dribbler.
The Dribbler is sick and tired of hearing about the Harlem Shake. "Who hasn't done one yet?
Hi. My name is The Dribbler and I have a chocolate problem.
Someone once asked The Dribbler what his favorite sporting event was, and the prognosticator extraordinaire didn't shy away from answering.
Michael Jordan turned 50 Sunday. How crazy is that?
His eyes blurry and head aching from an intense two-day stretch of prognosticating, The Dribbler faced a serious dilemma last night.