Pittsburgh’s Arena Football League team has extended its lease at Consol Energy Center, and is cutting most ticket prices in an attempt to boost attendance.
Former New Orleans VooDoo head coach Derek Stingley has joined the Pittsburgh Power as the team’s new defensive coordinator.
Pittsburgh Power owner and Pro Football Hall of Famer Lynn Swann is gearing up for the Pittsburgh Power’s home finale coming up on Sunday.
Pittsburgh Power Head Coach Chris Siegfried joins Vinnie & Cook on SportsRadio 93-7 The Fan.
The three missed extra point field goals by Cleveland Gladiator’s kicker Matt Denny turned out to be the difference in the back-and-forth battle against the Pittsburgh Power. The Power defeated the Gladiators, 35-32, in a game which saw five lead changes at the CONSOL Energy Center on Saturday night in front of 9,066 fans.
The Pittsburgh Power escaped Dallas with a 76-75 victory over the Vigilantes Saturday night.
The Pittsburgh Power got back in the win column Saturday night with a 51-41 win over the Spokane Shock.
The Jacksonville Sharks took a bite out of the Pittsburgh Power at CONSOL Energy Center Saturday night.
The Pittsburgh Power head coach joined 93-7 The Fan’s Ron Cook Friday afternoon to preview Saturday night’s game against his former employer, the visiting Jacksonville Sharks.
The Pittsburgh Power had a rough night Saturday as they hosted the Tulsa Talons at the CONSOL Energy Center.
As you get ready for the Pittsburgh Power’s next home game, here’s a look at what’s been happening around the AFL in Weeks 3 and 4 of the 2011 season.
The Power played very opportunistically in last week’s win and must continue to do so Monday night when they hit the road against a Milwaukee squad that, like Week 2 victim Iowa, can’t be overlooked.
While their inaugural season got off on the wrong foot, the Pittsburgh Power got their first win Saturday night. In front of a crowd of more than 9,000 fans, the Power (1-1) blew out the Iowa Barnstormers 58-28 (0-1).
The new kids on the block served notice that they won’t be bullied so easily, and now it’s up to the Power, in their second home game, to show that their valiant effort in the lid-lifter was not an accident.
As you get ready for the Pittsburgh Power’s next game, here’s a look at what’s been happening around the AFL in the first couple weeks of the 2011 season.