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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.
According to Colin Dunlap, Kris Letang shouldn’t be eligible to participate in Game 4 when the Penguins and Rangers resume their series on Thursday night.
How can you not like — through this point in the 2016 baseball season — this “new” Gregory Polanco?
The part that fascinates Colin Dunlap most about Jeff Zatkoff might be that we potentially could never see him again.
It’s good that Marc-Andre Fleury practiced in Cranberry on Monday, but Colin Dunlap is still really worried.
Colin Dunlap loves what happened between DeAngelo Williams and Vontaze Burfict over the past day or so on Twitter.
Where does a reported contract extension for Gregory Polanco leave Andrew McCutchen?
Colin Dunlap has five questions about the Pittsburgh Pirates that will need to be answered throughout various points in the year.
New Pitt basketball coach Kevin Stallings definitely won his introductory press conference on Monday afternoon, even as the room upon arrival resembled more pep rally than press conference.
Pardon Colin Dunlap while he finds the hilarity in the Cleveland Browns as they keep Cleveland Browning their way to being a nothing of an organization.
With Jamie Dixon taking his substantial worth to Fort Worth and TCU, it leaves a decently appetizing vacancy in the world of college basketball.
Spring Training numbers don’t mean much, but in the case of right-handed pitcher Juan Nicasio, they just might win him a spot in the Pirates’ rotation.
Martavis Bryant looked great in a Steelers uniform. But he should never wear one again.
Colin Dunlap wonders about the current state of Pitt basketball and what the future holds.
Tuesday afternoon brought just about the best news possible — at least in the current market — for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ secondary.
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.