93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock caught up with Pittsburgh Power head coach Chris Siegfried to discuss the re-signing of receiver Mike Washington, and which other players will or will not be in uniform for the Power this approaching season.
The four-game winning streak ended for the Pittsburgh Power in front of 11,756 fans Saturday night with a 62-55 loss against the Tampa Bay Storm.
After a hard-fought and important win over their interstate rivals, Pittsburgh’s “new AFL” team tries to handle the responsibility of first place as they take on their “old AFL” doppelganger.
The Power’s starting quarterback reacts to the team’s important win at home over division rival Cleveland, and what it will take to survive their trip to Tampa Bay.
Pittsburgh’s division has been beating each other up throughout the season, Siegfried said, and he feels in order to play in the postseason, Pittsburgh must win its division.
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.
After surviving a nail-biter in Dallas, the Power return to CONSOL Energy Center looking for their fourth straight win and the outright lead in the AFL’s East Division over a new nemesis from a familiar place.
Chris Siegfried has not talked to many people in Pittsburgh who our friendly with sports fans in Cleveland. And the Pittsburgh Power head coach doesn’t expect that to get any better Saturday at 7:30 p.m. as the Cleveland Gladiators and Power fight for first place in the East Division at the CONSOL Energy Center.
Armed with newfound chemistry and newfound health on offense, the Power seek their third win in a row in a possible shootout with one of the most prolific offenses in the Arena Football League.
The Power will try to ride momentum from their terrific comeback against Spokane into another tough home game in Week 10 against another perennial power from the AFL’s West Division.
The Pittsburgh Power got back in the win column Saturday night with a 51-41 win over the Spokane Shock.
Here’s a look back at the first four games of the Power’s young inaugural season, and a look ahead to what might be in store for them as the Arena Football League season heats up…
The Pittsburgh Power have made some roster moves following an injury to their starting quarterback Bernard Morris. He was hurt in the Power’s first-ever AFL win, beating the Iowa Barnstormers on March 19 at the CONSOL Energy Center.
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.