Gregg Giannotti is the host of The Fan Morning Show on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan (KDKA-FM). Gregg also hosts his own national weekend show on CBS Sports Radio. He also served as the sideline reporter and pregame host for Pitt football during the 2012 and 2013 seasons. Prior to joining The Fan in Pittsburgh, Gregg was a producer and part time host at WFAN in New York. He currently lives in Mt. Lebanon.
Fan Morning Show host and Pitt football sideline reporter Gregg Giannotti had a chance to catch up with Panthers wide receiver Devin Street this week, with the Panthers’ season opener fast-approaching.
Gregg Giannotti got his chest and stomach waxed during The Fan Morning Show today.
Reaction from the Steelers locker room from Mike Wallace, Ike Taylor and Josh Victorian. Gregg Giannotti and Jim Colony reporting.
Pitt football takes on Notre Dame this Saturday, and any time this historical rivalry comes up, it’s tough not to think of the teams’ 1975 matchup, in which Pitt legend Tony Dorsett rushed for a school-record 303 yards.
The Fan Morning Show’s Gregg Giannotti made his way down to Steelers practice Wednesday to chat with defensive end Brett Keisel and running back Baron Batch, as the team sits at 2-3 after a rough road loss in Tennessee.
Pitt linebacker Dan Mason chatted with Fan Morning Show co-host and Pitt football sideline reporter Gregg Giannotti this week, with the Panthers due to face Syracuse on the road this Friday.
During The Fan Morning Show, Gregg Giannotti pointed out that Pirates starting pitcher Wandy Rodriguez bears a striking resemblance to Kanny Power’s brother in the television show “Eastbound and Down,” Casper.
Pirates President Frank Coonelly was greatly impressed with the fan response to a team that was competitive for most of last year.
Gregg Giannotti of The Fan Morning Show caught up with Penguins’ goaltender, Marc-Andre Fleury after last night’s win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
The Fan Morning Show spent some time talking to WQAM-Miami Sports Talk Host, Sid Rosenberg on Monday Morning.
Here are some thoughts in my head that found themselves on The Fan Morning Show’s cutting room floor.
In this very same blog space I wrote about how I was actually enjoying “Dancing with The Stars” and how I was rooting for Hines to win the Mirror Ball trophy…yada yada yada. Well last night I just lost my mind. I simply can’t take it anymore.
Rashard Mendenhall went to Twitter with his opinion on the death of Osama bin Laden and the subsequent celebrations, which has stirred up some controversy.
I hear too many people say that they don’t think the Penguins could win another round in the playoffs so the outcome of Game 7 doesn’t matter to them. Cup or bust! Nonsense.
Here are a few quick thoughts I have on sports and other things I probably didn’t have time to mention on The Fan Morning Show, or if I did mention them I’d get yelled at.