The NHL’s Olympic break is all but wrapped up and players from across the league are getting ready to return to action.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics (pretty much the Sochi Hockey Tournament) winding down in Russia, what better time to slap together a few thoughts on the Games?
Here is the truth: As these Olympic games approached, as the run-up to Sochi was happening, there was much skepticism from this vantage; a healthy bit of hoping that the Team USA men’s hockey squad could compete, but a notion deep in the back of my cranium doubting them.
I’m not one to tell you what you must do, but here’s something you shouldn’t do, not even think about: Boo A.J. Burnett when he steps into PNC Park with his new team, the Philadelphia Phillies.
All across the country former college football players are getting ready for the upcoming 2014 NFL combine which takes place Feb. 22 to 25.
The NHL will break for the Olympics, and while some teams may be focused on their time off, the Penguins remain focused on playing good hockey.
Dear Athletes, Journalists, Fans in Sochi for the Olympics, I will applaud loudly. When the Olympics are over — and if nothing catastrophic happens.
What happened on Monday night might be deemed more innocuous than momentous from most angles. And that’s probably correct.
The silly season is upon us.
With Duke making their first ever visit to the Peterson Event Center tonight, there has been much anticipation surrounding the event, no more so evident than the long line of Pitt students currently camping out at The Pete to ensure they get tickets.
A few years ago while covering the Final Four in Indianapolis, I realized just how polarizing the Duke basketball program could be.
Steelers running back coach Kirby Wilson interviewed for the Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator position on Wednesday and apparently impressed Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and his staff enough to be brought back in for a second interview.
On Wednesday night, reports began to trickle that Mike Munchak would soon be named the Steelers offensive line coach, replacing Jack Bicknell, Jr., who was shown the door after just one season.
Last week, expanded replay was approved by Major League Baseball owners and is set to begin this coming season.
Talk about being conflicted. Oh man, this is tough. For years here in Pittsburgh, it hasn’t been a conspiracy theory by many who have held onto it, but leaning more toward what they thought was fact.