Jeff grew up in Sharpsville (Mercer County) and has a BA in Journalism from Ohio State. Jeff’s career started as a sophomore in college working at WTVN Radio in Columbus, after graduation Hathhorn worked for WTVN and WCMH-TV before moving back home and joining NewsRadio 1020 KDKA in 1997.
Jeff’s won three straight AP Awards for Best Sportscast in Pennsylvania, along with A.I.R. Awards for Best Sports Reporter and Best Weekend Show (IC Light Sports Saturday).
Jeff has a daughter and most enjoys a round of golf with his father.
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Steelers safety Ryan Clark joins 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn to break down a dramatic win in Baltimore and look ahead to their return home, where they will face the fledgling Chargers.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark, who was well enough to play in the wake of concussion-like symptoms, tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn his perspective on the rib injury to backup QB Byron Leftwich, and whether or not Leftwich should have remained in the game.
Steelers running back Baron Batch, filling in for injured host Ryan Clark, tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn about the keys to victory against the Chiefs, and the keys to survival without Big Ben, starting Sunday against the Ravens.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn about the keys to victory at MetLife Stadium against the Super Bowl champion Giants.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn whether or not the experience of facing Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III lived up to expectations.
Steelers safety Ryan Clark tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn, after disastrous finishes earlier this season, what went right for his team in the fourth quarter against Cincinnati.
Safety Ryan Clark tells 93.7 The Fan sports director Jeff Hathhorn why his team has limped to a 2-3 start, and tries to pinpoint their defensive problems.
NASHVILLE (93-7 THE FAN) — Once again, the Steelers lost on the road to a fledgling AFC opponent, hemorrhaging more points than most would have imagined. Once again, one of their defensive leaders explained it bluntly.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Paul Chryst wants to take Pitt football back to its roots, which is fine with the young man his teammates call “Lumpy.”
Here are notes from the Steelers practice at St. Vincent College on Tuesday. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said as they press forward to the preseason opener Friday night against Washington, the first team offense and second team defense stood out Tuesday during practice at St. Vincent College.
It was a double practice for the Steelers today at St. Vincent College with the afternoon workout in pads. A couple of notes from camp today:
Yes the Pirates have lost 3 in a row and their hitting looks more like missing, but be realistic, they were not going to contend or even reach .500 this year. The goal is progress and that’s being made.
I want to see Jaromir Jagr back for the Pens alumni golf outing. I want to see No. 68 retired, but I don’t want Jagr on the ice.
I defend, and millions of braver Americans lost their lives to defend, the right for Steelers tailback Rashard Mendenhall to speak his mind. I appreciate his right to tweet what he thinks and owning up to the comments.
The Pens have a decision to make with the suspension to Chris Kunitz, which forward will they bring in to replace him. They need to pick 22 year-old Eric Tangradi to fill that role.