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.
Leave it to Pirates first baseman Travis Ishikawa to find a different viewpoint to the newly-implemented replay system in Major League Baseball.
It’s been quiet a few weeks for the University of South Florida, but after the dust settled the university has finally found their guy to coach the men’s basketball team in former Pitt and current Kentucky assistant coach Orlando Antigua.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have struggled since the Olympic break, but after winning their last two the team appears to be on the right track.
Better late than never. Indeed, the press conference with Barry Bonds and Jim Leyland before Monday’s Opening Day celebration was delayed, getting started about 20 minutes behind schedule.
The Pirates did the right thing. Barry Bonds did the right thing. Now, Monday, the city will experience a great thing.
James Neal got called out. Now it’s time for James Neal to shut some people up. That’s if he wants to.
The page on 2013 has been turned. At some point, we had to do it; had to move on even as the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates gave us a thrill-a-night ride.
This is it. We are here. Oh, and here’s a disclaimer before we get going: I don’t care much about those play-in games in the NCAA Tournament — or whatever it is they call them now. Anyhow, this is it. We are here.
Colin Dunlap previewed the Pitt-Colorado matchup with Brian Howell of the Boulder Daily Camera.
Surely some will want more, some might even demand more, but if the Pitt basketball team wins a game and then bows out of the NCAA Tournament in the second round to No. 1-seeded Florida, that’s enough for me to look at this season as a success.
After a successful home-and-home series against the Washington Capitals where the Penguins earned two wins, the team is off for the next three days.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is in the middle of his reelection campaign, but that doesn’t stop him from enjoying live sporting events across the state.
As the 2014 NFL season approaches, the Pittsburgh Steelers continue to make roster moves in order to become compliant under the new salary cap guidelines.
Good for Rashard Mendenhall. How many people on Earth — especially at a relatively young age — have the opportunity to wake up and do exactly what they want with each day, all while locked in the safety net of financial security?
All well and good as the Penguins supplemented their offensive attack with some grit in Goc and versatility in Stempniak at the NHL Trade Deadline on Wednesday. But aren’t we missing the main story here?