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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.
This is simple, really simple.
No one wanted Pedro Alvarez to throw his way from third base to trying to play first base. No one wanted Pedro Alvarez to not perform up to the level at which we all thought he would.
At this point, Colin Dunlap can’t tell up from down, a concussion from an optical-whatever-the-heck.
There is no defense. No justification, no validation, nothing Mike Tomlin can claim as an excuse or explanation to where his decision could ever be correct.
All that said, however, there was a feeling — to varying degrees — of despair and anguish when Pitt’s top runner sustained an injury that would take a huge chunk of firepower out of the Panthers’ offense.
Neal Huntington dropped a hammer on Pedro Alvarez this morning on “The Fan Morning Show.”
Troy Polamalu is a legend, a star and icon all rolled into one in these parts, which is why the Pittsburgh Steelers need to make things right.
Don’t act like a knucklehead — it’s really as simple as that.
Colin Dunlap can admit when he was wrong and he says he missed the mark on Mike Mitchell.
Why can’t Mike Tomlin be on the hot seat?
How does Mike Tomlin continue to — at the end of the half and end of games — get it so wrong?
Jim Colony is going to hate Colin Dunlap’s column. And he don’t care. Not one bit. In fact, Dunlap kind of like it that way.
The NFL fined WIlliam Gay for wearing purple cleats to raise awareness about domestic violence, when logic should have won out.
I’m not going to tell you how to feel, what to feel or when to feel it.
Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi decided to fire a cannonball in the direction of the Penn State offense.