The Fan Morning Show Host: 5:40am to 10:00am. Paul Alexander brings over 25 years of experience covering Pittsburgh sports. Paul, who joined FSN Pittsburgh in 2006, served as the primary Steelers reporter.
After starting in radio in State College in 1983, Paul added TV to his duties in 1986 when he joined CBS affiliate WTAJ-TV in Altoona. Paul was the sports director there until 1998 when he moved home to Pittsburgh to be the morning news anchor for KDKA-TV. Eventually, Paul moved in to the sports department and added KDKA radio’s nightly call in talk show to his resume.
Through all of the stops, Paul has covered two college football National Championships and at least 18 Bowl Games, three Stanley Cup Championships, three Steeler trips to the Super Bowl including the last two victorious ones, two Major League All-Star games and every Pirate playoff game in the 1990’s. And yes he was in Atlanta for the last one.
Pittsburgh born and bred, sports is part of his DNA. It is a part of his very fiber of being. Talking about it is simply what he loves to do.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Last December receiver/return specialist Cam Saddler, in typical fashion, was outspoken about his suddenly departed head coach, Todd Graham, saying he and his teammates “felt betrayed.” Now the redshirt senior and former Gateway standout says there was definitely a different vibe in the first training camp of the Paul Chryst era.
Ben Roethlisberger was on hand at the #1 Cochran “Save Big, Meet Ben” event Monday night and talked to The Fan Morning Show’s Paul Alexander.
I totally get why so many Pirate fans are very reluctant to hop onboard the Bucco Bandwagon. This has been 18 very long and depressing seasons.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have the exact same record (18-22) right now as they did a year ago. Is there any reason to believe that this season will have a better ending than last?
There is no way anyone associated with the Pittsburgh Pirates, players, coaches, managers and front office personnel can mention .500 baseball as a goal. I get that.
At first blush, it appears the Pittsburgh Penguins are still in charge of their best-of-seven series with the Tampa Bay Lightning. They have two chances to win one game and advance to the second round.