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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.
As the 2016 Pittsburgh Pirates attempt to reach the postseason for the fourth consecutive season — and that still sounds crazy to say out loud — they have been busting their humps at McKechnie Field and Pirate City.
It seems the Pittsburgh Pirates love the underdog role. Man, do they love the underdog role.
Colin Dunlap says MLB’s decision to make the “Neighborhood Play” reviewable is a very bad idea.
Jared Hughes is using his head. Mark Melancon might, too. Major League Baseball should put its head together with their minor league system and get this thing right.
On Thursday, the Pirates unveiled their new Sunday alternate uniforms for the 2016 season. And, as the kids say, they are dope.
According to Colin Dunlap, Jamie Dixon’s approval rating in the court of Pittsburgh public opinion appears to be at an all-time low.
The latest racket and rumpus came about surrounding the Pro Football Hall of Fame and involves one of the Super Steelers.
Cam Newton had a terrible day at the office. Actually, he probably had about the worst day at the office someone in his position could have had.
Colin Dunlap doesn’t begrudge the people who have a profound interest in recruiting; it just never was and never will be his thing.
Colin Dunlap pens a letter to Ramon Foster.
Do we really care what these NFL players have running through their bodies when they take to the playing fields to try to knock the living snot out of each other?
That big asterisk next to all the accomplishments of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady — in my estimation at least — stayed just as large after what happened on Sunday in the AFC title game against the Denver Broncos.
Does Peyton Manning strike fear?
Vontaze Burfict acting like a knucklehead for much of the night was about the most predictable portion of Saturday’s football game that anyone should have seen coming.
Something will happen. Or, at the very least, something will be attempted. That’s the way Vontaze Burfict operates.