Former New Orleans VooDoo head coach Derek Stingley has joined the Pittsburgh Power as the team’s new defensive coordinator.
The 2012 Arena Football League schedule has been released, and the Pittsburgh Power’s 18-game slate features four appearances on NFL Network.
The Power have made the big splash in free agency fans had been hoping for, signing one of the most respected free-agent QB’s in the Arena Football League.
A couple of players stood out to Pittsburgh Power management during open tryouts over the weekend, so 93-7 The Fan offers its own take on the event…
A year ago at this time, Pittsburgh Power wide receiver and former Aliquippa standout Mike Washington was no different from any of the young men with numbers on the backs of their shirts who were trying to earn the right to play football professionally in this city.
The Arena Football League is undergoing some changes, and a report is circulating that one of them will have a secondary effect on the Pittsburgh Power…
93-7 The Fan has learned that several more players from the Power’s inaugural season will return to Pittsburgh, including one of the premier “ironmen” in the AFL.
93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock caught up with Pittsburgh Power head coach Chris Siegfried to discuss the re-signing of receiver Mike Washington, and which other players will or will not be in uniform for the Power this approaching season.
One of the top rookies in the Arena Football League this past season will be staying home for his sophomore year.
The Pittsburgh Power may have missed the playoffs in their inaugural season, but that did not stop them from claiming some hardware.
93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock recognizes some of the greatest moments and top performers from the Power’s first season in the Arena Football League.
After seeing their lofty postseason goals ultimately fall out of reach, the Power will try to stop their ongoing skid and end their inaugural season on a positive note against their new, but familiar cross-state rivals.
(UPDATED 07/18/11) 93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock is blogging live from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland throughout tonight’s critical East Division rematch between the Power and the Gladiators!
The Power made not have made the playoffs yet, but their road to the postseason starts with a must-win game against their arch-rivals, who are going for their first division crown since relocation.
See what head coach Chris Siegfried and some of his players are saying as they gear up for their biggest game of the season, a pivotal prime-time meeting with the rival Cleveland Gladiators that holds their postseason fate in the balance.
The Pittsburgh Power played their home opener for the 2012 season on March 23, at CONSOL Energy Center. Unfortunately, the Philadelphia Soul won the contest 84-59.
The Pittsburgh Power defeated the Cleveland Gladiators, 35-32, on Saturday night in a back-and-forth battle for first place at the CONSOL Energy Center. Pittsburgh took sole possession of first place in the American East division and extended its winning streak to four games with the win.
The Pittsburgh Power got their first victory in franchise history against the Iowa Barnstormers on March 19.
The city’s new arena football team, The Pittsburgh Power, will take the field at the CONSOL Energy Center for the team’s home opener on March 11th. The team trimmed its preseason roster down to 24 […]