Zeise is Right
Clint Hurdle should rethink how he uses his late-innings relievers so the best pitchers are throwing in the toughest situations.
The Panthers still have a shot at dancing this March, and that says a lot about the state of the tournament.
The third baseman is their most logical clean-up hitter, and his absence from the lineup would hurt.
The Pirates should’ve pulled the trigger on a trade in the offseason; now they have a player and fans who know the end is near.
Coach Mike Sullivan needs to get creative in resting his players before the playoffs.
Had Darrelle Revis avoided the South Side, he wouldn’t have to turn himself in and answer these charges.
Jim Ferry deserves at least one more season to prove that all of the program building and recruiting he has done will indeed pay off.
The Pirates will go as far as Gerrit Cole can take them.
Paul Zeise breaks down a couple of scenarios that could result in Pitt making the NCAA tournament this year. Yes, really.
Generally, these kinds of questions sort themselves out, but there seems to be more uncertainty this year than the past five seasons.
Major League Baseball is again looking at ways to speed up and shorten games but it’s missing the big picture.
Pitt needs to continue to play with the desperation and effort as the last four games.
After a nine-game sample, which is small, it’s still clear the Penguins aren’t likely to take a step back killing penalties any time soon.
Terrell Owens is a self-promoting, self-serving big mouth who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
The key to moving around the Pirates outfield will be whether Gregory Polanco is able to adapt quickly to left.
With a win in Super Bowl LI, the Patriots will set the record for the most tainted titles of any team in the history of sports.
If general manager Neal Huntington believes what the Pirates have in their rotation is good enough, he’s kidding himself.
A lot of people say there has never been a college football championship won on the first Wednesday of February.
The best option may be to let Antonio Brown play out his contract and hope he proves he deserves a long-term deal with his conduct.
If there is a highly graded QB available when the Steelers pick at No. 30, they need to groom him for when Ben Roethlisberger retires.
“Everything we are gonna do stems from the defensive end,” Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving said after a 107-91 win against the Thunder.
It’s becoming more and more clear that Tiger Woods will never regain his spot at the top of golf.