Jeff Locke sat down with 93-7 The Fan’s Dan Zangrilli at spring training this week for an interview that aired on Wednesday’s edition of The Fan Morning Show.
NFL Network analyst Charles Davis joined The Fan Morning Show on Wednesday to offer his take on the NFL combine, discussing what players the Steelers should keep an eye on and what he thinks of Pitt DT Aaron Donald.
You may not recognize the name Jenifer Welter, but she recently broke the gender barrier in football by being the first woman to play a non-kicking position in a professional football as she played Running Back for the Dallas Revolution of the Indoor Football League.
Pittsburgh native Dan Marino has been a key ingredient to CBS’s “The NFL Today” pregame show, but the network has decided to shake things up and Marino now finds himself on the outside looking in.
Adams says it was nice to have a break to recharge but he has the itch to get back to playing.
Since first stepping foot onto the Penn State campus, new head coach James Franklin has done everything he can to endear himself to the fans and show them what he’s all about.
Devin Street says he is prepared for the combine and he is ready to show NFL teams what he can bring.
John Amaechi, a former baseball star at Penn State who played in the NBA for three teams, joined 93.7 The Fan’s John Phillips on Monday to discuss the decision by Missouri defensive star Michael Sam to come out as a gay athlete.
Tab Douglas and Stacy Kauffman talked about Pitt basketball with Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News after the Panthers lost at North Carolina.
Bob Pompeani talked with former NHL player Brian Mullen about suffering a stroke and life afterwards.
Bob Pompeani talked with Pirates President Frank Coonelly about the state of the club early in spring training.
Tab Douglas caught up with local Paralympic sled hockey player Daniel McCoy.
Greg Cosell of NFL Films joined Starkey and Mueller to preview the quarterbacks and wide receivers in the upcoming draft.
Tyler Ennis beat the Pitt Panthers on a last second buzzer beater Wednesday night, but that might not be the most exciting thing that happened to him.
With an opening for their secondary coach position, the University of Pittsburgh has named Troy Douglas to the position.