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If the Steelers win Sunday, they will finish 11-5, just as the 2005 team did. That squad won the Super Bowl.
Bob Smizik wishes you and yours happy holidays!
Nobody asked me, but ... There's nothing not to like about Vince Narduzzi being the next Pitt head coach.
That the Pirates won the bidding for the right to negotiate with Korean superstar shortstop Jung-Ho Kang set of a brief flurry of
It was just a few weeks ago that the consensus on the Steelers was that they were a team in need of a rebuild; a franchise in decline.
The once-down-but-never-quite-out Steelers are headed to the playoffs by virtue of a victory forged by -- and who would have believed this?
The Steelers aren’t the only team with a personality disorder. The Kansas City Chiefs are also some guilty of strange on-the-field behavior.
Pitt chancellor Patrick Gallagher, some five months on the job, moved boldly this week by firing athletic director Steve Pederson.
To the applause of many, and particularly an influential group of football lettermen, Pederson was ousted by Chancellor Patrick Gallagher.
The Steelers season has made a somewhat unexpected turn in recent weeks, which has altered a lot of the common wisdom about the team.
The Steelers are days away from selecting their 2014 Most Valuable Player and three candidates loom over the field.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
Raise your hand, please, if at some point in the current NFL season you dismissed the Steelers.
The wrath of the Pitt fan base, always raining down on athletic director Steve Pederson, is in torrential mode today.
Viewed from a Pirates perspective, the most interesting developments to come out of the baseball Winter Meetings at San Diego this week.
Pitt, which has had four head football coaches in five seasons, might well be looking for its fifth in the days ahead.
Shortly after 2 p.m., the email message from a friend was this: 'Neal is god!’
Over the past seven games, the Steelers are averaging 34 points.
It’s a playoff schedule unfathomable on almost every level of sports -- except college football.
In a season of giddy highs and miserable lows, the Steelers are looking good.
Even with a loss today, the Steelers have a shot at the postseason.
Random thoughts on the news of the day.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
The Steelers have seen their hope for the future and to the surprise of almost no one it is Ben Roethlisberger.
It was shocking radio to tune into The Fan and hear the Hall of Fame candidacy of Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury being discussed.
The 2015 Pirates are slowly taking shape, although, for sure, there’s a long way to go.
Colin Dunlap will replace Gregg Giannotti as host of The Fan Morning Show sometime around the first of the year.
Dating back to the 2012 season and through their loss to the New Orleans Saints, the Steelers are 7-12 against teams with losing records.
The Steelers needed an exceptional performance from Ben Roethlisberger. It wasn’t to be.
The Steelers, who play New Orleans this afternoon at Heinz Field, are 4-1 at home and 3-3 on the road.
A great opportunity awaits the Pitt football team and coach Paul Chryst tonight in Miami
In the matter of meaningfulness of games, there’s no season like the one the National Football League presents. Each team plays only 16
Poll question and conversation generator: Suppose the Pirates sign Edinson Volquez to round out their rotation?