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Colin grew up in Sharpsburg and Aspinwall and attended Fox Chapel Area High High School. He graduated from West Virginia University and then came back home to write for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. While there, he covered the Pirates, area college football and basketball, and the prep sports scene. Colin joined The Fan when it launched in February 2010 as a weekend show host. He also serves as a featured sports columnist for CBSPittsburgh.com.
Are you getting at least a little nervous about the guy who was supposed to step in and take over some of the burden for the now-retired Heath Miller?
Colin Dunlap hasn’t been impressed with the Olympics so far. So, he came up with a list of sports he’d add to make things more interesting.
There is no question benching Andrew McCutchen for the Atlanta Braves series was the right move.
After hitting .241 over the first 103 games of the season, the Pirates have decided to bench Andrew McCutchen for at least a few games.
As much as Colin Dunlap is trying to resist this, Pirates centerfielder Andrew McCutchen has to be demoted to the bench for at least a few days.
With eyes turning toward St. Vincent now, here are five things to keep an eye on at Steelers camp as it gets underway.
Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline approaches…and Colin Dunalp thinks the Pirates should sit tight.
From what I know of him, Joe Torre is a very good man.
What are some ways the Pittsburgh Pirates could possibly catch the Chicago Cubs? Colin Dunlap has some thoughts.
What Colin Dunlap saw from Josh Bell, albeit in an ultra-small sample size, would have him vigorously shopping John Jaso as trade bait.
This is not my style at all, but I might just be non-committal in this instance. Yep, I might not take a side if faced with the situation.
Almost choked on my coffee Tuesday morning.
There is no denying Pirates superstar centerfielder Andrew McCutchen must do better.
Colin Dunlap is conflicted about the latest turn in the James Harrison-can’t-stand-the-NFL saga
Colin Dunlap is fed up with watching incompetent umpires ruin great baseball games with an inconsistent strike zone.