Randy Bullock started the season with the Giants and likely will kick against them Sunday.
The report, released in honor of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims, compiled statistics from a variety of sources.
Former Pitt coach Paul Chryst has Wisconsin on the brink of a Big Ten title in just his second season
Justin Schultz, along with Ian Cole, form what has been the Penguins’ most reliable tandem this season.
Lamont Wade became the third running back in WPIAL history to reach 7,000 yards career rushing in a 24-6 win against Farrell.
Steel Valley has shown no mercy to opposing teams throughout the season and that trend continued on Friday against Wilmington.
Beaver Falls recovers from Martinsburg Central’s early score to advance to the school’s first state title game.
Penn State coach James Franklin is keeping his team focused on the task at hand as the Nittany Lions play for a Big Ten title.
Two of the most dominant receivers in the NFL, Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr., meet for the first time Sunday at Heinz Field.
The Mountaineers couldn’t match their early-season success, making today’s Big 12 finale not as important as it could’ve been.
Western Pennsylvania native and Ventas Inc. CEO Debra Cafaro is negotiating for a stake in the Penguins.
Football summaries from Friday, Dec. 2, 2016
Emile Blackman scored 21 points, freshman Mike Lewis II added 15 and the Dukes snapped a 15-game losing streak to the Panthers, 64-55.
Gerrit Cole, Tony Watson and Jared Hughes are among the arbitration-eligible players tendered contracts.
The senior point guard “failed to uphold the standards of a University of Pittsburgh basketball player,” according to a school news release.
Texas selected 23-year-old Dragmire off waivers before Dragmire threw a pitch in the Pirates organization.
The City Game is a great event, but it won’t resemble a competitive game until Duquesne improves its program.
Welcome to the inaugural Pitt basketball mailbag, a maiden voyage that will fare a little better than the Titanic’s (but not by much).
The Steelers’ star wide receiver has a pretty odd media session on Friday afternoon.
A lot of people who crushed Scott Barnes for hiring him may owe him an apology someday.
Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has not ruled out a position switch to receiver later in his career.
Wade LeBlanc, a 32-year-old lefty, was eligible for arbitration but agreed to a contract for 2017 with an option.
Who’s going to have a big game in Week 13 of the NFL season?
Bobby Orr better than Mario? Expansion and league growth? The panel weighs in.
The Steelers and Ravens are 6-5 and tied for first place in the AFC North, but the Steelers are considered the favorite to win the division.
There is a cautionary tale in the return the team got for Neil Walker last year.
Once the new collective bargaining agreement is ratified, baseball will have labor peace for 26 years in a row.
Walleye bit is reported strong on the Ohio River with two anglers pulling in catches weighing 10 pounds or more.
The Washing Nationals have pitching the Pirates need but the D.C. club might be loath to depart with top position prospect.
Pitt has dominated for decades, but that hasn’t dimmed either program’s desire to win.
After two crushing disappointments at NCAA tournament-selection time, Panthers have joined the party this year.
Injuries have forced him to reconstruct many aspects of the Steelers defense and its scheme this season.
Tight end Ladarius Green has played 34 snaps in three games since being activated to the Steelers 53-man roster.
The coaching staff has received some recruiting help from high-profile televised games.
There figures to be many big plays made by Browns in Saturday’s game, so the Vulcans hope Michael Keir can connect often with Garry Brown.
Find out who opens the 2016-17 WPIAL boys basketball season as the Post-Gazette’s top five teams in all six classifications.
Micah Parsons is one of the top junior prospects in the country, but the WPIAL champion Indians must contain more than just him.
With eight juniors, Clairton’s defense helped Bears win another WPIAL title.
Ironmen have dominated every opponent this season and look to continue that streak tonight against Wilmington.
Colts have won more than 80 percent of their games since the start of the century.
Cavaliers show a solid, deep lineup, but North Allegheny could make a run as well.
Advancing to the PIAA championship is the goal, but first the Vikings must take care of Wilson West Lawn.
Goaltender Daniel Soltesz, only a sophomore, has allowed just two goals all season.
Tigers must stop do-everything tailback/quarterback to advance to Hershey for PIAA Class 3A championship.
Buccaneers have won 10 WPIAL team titles in a row, but Freedom returns all but one starter from last year’s team finalist squad.
After leading a resurgence at Vincentian, George Yokitis welcomes the challenge of doing the same for the Spartans.
The super-sized Rams begin the season in the new Class 6A right where they ended the last one in Class AAAA — atop the WPIAL.
Ramon Creighton has transitioned seamlessly from high school to college basketball.
There’s plenty at stake this weekend as team’s play for the right to throw those Hershey’s Kisses.
Wise is playing basketball at Pitt, Kelly is playing football at Youngstown State and Thorpe basketball at South Florida.