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A Constitutional scholar might suggest the punishment levied against Pete Rose by Major League Baseball is "cruel and unusual."
The Steelers mismanagement of the salary cap in recent years is in sharp focus today considering their current circumstances.
The exhibition schedule is moving toward the halfway point, the season opener is 20 days away.
The future of newspapers and high school sports are on the agenda, as well as Dan Marino and the great newspaper columnist Jim Murray.
Why did some promising athletes leave Pitt's basketball program in recent years? And how are they doing at their new schools?
A Pitt season that is careening out of control could jump the track this afternoon.
It’s that time of year in the National Football League where sentiment disappears and the hard realities of life under the salary cap.
After 20 consecutive years of losing, Pirates fans were several degrees beyond joyful with the team’s performance in 2013.
According to Jerry Palm of CBSSports.com, the Panthers officially are a bubble team.
This is the latest installment of ‘Ask Bob and Bob Answers.'
In view of his performance the past three years, there’s no figuring the success Walker had in 2010.
Bob Smizik writes about the pros and cons of a possible Penguins trade for Ryan Kesler of the Vancouver Canucks.
With victory seemingly at hand, Dixon called a timeout with 2.7 seconds remaining. Lamar Patterson never got to finish his play.
The Penguins and the Blackhawks are both headed for the playoffs and whatever points they might pick up tonight won’t likely mean much.
Most regulars of this site know that a wide gulf exists between the moderator, that would be me, and many readers.
It would not be an exaggeration to call the Pirates training in Bradenton their most important spring training in at least 20 years.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
It is time for the first-ever Neal Huntington November-to-February Report Card.
Pitt losing at home to Florida State -- which it did, 71-66 -- borders on inexplicable. This was the kind of game Pitt almost always won.
Seven Penguins players went off to the Olympics, four are coming back with medals, three with a large dose of disappointment.
What ever control coaches have over the outcome of regular-season games, and it’s not much, they have less in Olympics competition.
Pitt is unlikely to go far in the ACC or NCAA tournament, and that’s going to cause a lot of people to get angry with coach Dixon.
With a hole in the rotation looming, where were the Pirates when the Detroit Tigers put right-handed pitcher Doug Fister on the market?
The league's players should not participate in future Winter Olympics because there is little to be gained and much to be lost.
Since the opening of PNC Park, the players chosen to pitch the first game of the season almost to a man have gone on to disappointment.
The Pirates go into spring training with a near-minimum of question marks concerning their 25-man roster and starting lineup.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
The Panthers almost certainly will fall out of the top 25 this week but their season is far from lost.
There’s more than one way to run a baseball franchise. Consider the Pirates they are extremely cautious.
The major topic of discussion on sports-talk radio and Internet sites has been Pitt’s stunning loss to Syracuse Wednesday night.
Until their success of last year, when they had their first winning season since 1992, following the Pirates was a one-dimensional task.
Pirates pitchers and catchers report today in Bradenton and take the field tomorrow; it's the proper time to discuss the starting pitching.
A significant problem facing the National Football League is the salaries of quarterbacks and the way those contracts impact on salary caps.