ESPN columnist and TSN hockey insider Pierre LeBrun joined “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about the Penguins goalie situation and the state of the NHL right now.
Offensive Coordinator Matt Canada joined “The Fan Morning Show” to discuss how the Pitt offense has been successful so far this season.
NFL on CBS broadcaster and analyst Solomon Wilcots is impressed by the Steelers offense and the plethora of weapons it has at it’s disposal.
NFL Network analyst Brian Billick says he’s really enjoying the show the Pittsburgh Steelers are putting on, especially the play of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Gerrit Cole’s elbow issues have raised a lot of red flags, but Neal Huntington said that, as it stands now, he won’t need surgery.
Pitt football head coach Pat Narduzzi is doing everything he can to keep his players from looking past big underdog Villanova this weekend.
Pitt men’s basketball head coach Kevin Stallings said he’s been very happy with how things have gone for him so far in Pittsburgh.
Jamie Dixon left Pittsburgh in a hurry, but he didn’t yank out his roots in the process.
Many have wondered if an innings limit or total shutdown could be in the cards, but Jameson Taillon said that no such plan is in place yet.
MLB Network analyst and Hall of Famer John Smoltz offered his thoughts on Andrew McCutchen’s struggles this season.
Pitt football head coach Pat Narduzzi sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” and a studio audience for a special hour-long broadcast.
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage joins “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about what went wrong with Francisco Liriano this year.
Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley doesn’t think his plan on offense will change even if Le’Veon Bell is suspended.
Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster said that Bell’s actions won’t affect his teammates’ perception of him too much as long as it doesn’t cost them a chance at glory.
According to Chris Hoke, Le’Veon Bell’s teammates have no choice but to stand by him in the wake of his reported four-game drug suspension.