The Panthers weren’t ready to play Saturday against No. 9 Virginia, so they’ll continue to face questions about what they’ve become.
Some stats, facts and — eventually — a Super Bowl 50 prediction as the Panthers and Broncos gear up for the big game.
As America’s biggest game turns a half century old, it shows no signs of slowing down.
Cam Newton is now a Super Bowl quarterback with an MVP award.
The former Penguins star is still putting up big numbers, now for the Panthers.
After an eye-opening journey so far in his hockey career, from college to the pros, the Penguins’ Kevin Porter hopes to finally settle down.
In a 1963 game between the Pirates and Dodgers, Gene Baker became the first black coach to manage a game in major league baseball.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington says the move was made to ”benefit us three years down the road.”
Deva’Nyar Workman recorded a double-double to lead the Dukes to their 21st win of the season.
Pitt had a sold out Petersen Events Center, a loud and rowdy “blackout” crowd and a chance to make a huge statement.
City League-WPIAL showdown between top Class AAAA and AAA teams an especially hot ticket for several reasons.
The Leopards dominated the competition to claim the WPIAL Class AAA crown and earn a spot in the PIAA team tournament.
Mike Van Sickle of McKees Rocks was one of the top golfers ever at Marquette and is still looking to hit it big.
Phil Delmer, an accomplished golfer and longtime Mount Washington resident, died Jan. 3 in Wellington, Fla. He was 73.
It’s rare that U.S. women’s soccer star and Pine-Richland graduate Meghan Klingenberg stops to take a look and celebrate her achievements.
Former Pine-Richland High School star, 27, one of 20 players named to the U.S. women’s national soccer team for the upcoming CONCACAF event.
At the second Girls and Women in Sports Symposium at Robert Morris, data suggest 2015 might have been a tipping point.
Keith Starr, Kirk Bruce and Mickey Martin go in together as members of impressive 1973-74 team.