Former Steelers running back and American war hero Rocky Bleier joins “The Fan Morning Show” to recount his days as a Steeler, his time in the army and “The Play.”
Steelers guard Ramon Foster joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Tuesday and said that the Steelers can’t get caught in the trash talk with the Bengals, but just focus in on winning the game and the division.
Clint Hurdle joined “The Fan Morning Show” live in studio for an hour to talk all things Pirates.
Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang may lose his license after allegedly driving drunk in South Korea.
NHL Network analyst John MacLean joins the show to talk about the Penguins goaltender situation and their inconsistent play so far this season.
Pitt head men’s basketball coach Kevin Stallings joined “The Fan Morning Show” to discuss his team’s roster make-up and their next opponent, Maryland.
Pitt running back James Conner joined The Fan Morning Show to talk about Pitt’s season and his desire to be an inspiration to others.
Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris joined “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about Joe Paterno’s role in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.
CBS College Football analyst Randy Cross joined “The Fan Morning Show” Monday and said that Pitt football is on the national map and that this year could be one that Pitt fans look to as when the program started to reach new heights.
NFL on CBS color analyst Rich Gannon joined “The Fan Morning Show” to preview the game and says the Steelers defense does not have the same physical style as in years past.
Pitt head basketball coach Kevin Stallings said he is pleased with his team’s practice after he called them out for lack of excitement.
Ramon Foster joined “The Fan Morning Show” to discuss the state of the Steelers right now, Mike Tomlin’s and Ben Roethlisberger’s messages to the team and what the team needs to do to improve moving forward.
Pitt head football coach Pat Narduzzi recaps some of the events of Saturday night’s big victory over Clemson, but says his team needs to move on quickly.
The Steelers have fallen to 4-5 on the season and their fans are not happy about it. They took to The Fan Morning Show on Monday to voice their displeasures.
NHL Network host of “NHL Tonight” Tony Luftman joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Wednesday and gleamed about both Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid, but says the Penguins still set the NHL standard.