By Pittsburgh Steelers’ standards, 8-8 is unacceptable; especially after starting 6-3. So, KDKA’s Bob Pompeani asked Steelers’ President Art Rooney II what word best describes 2012.
Speculation is brewing that former Steelers coach Bill Cowher will be returning to the sidelines again.
As we head into the final weekend of 2012, we would like to pause to honor a few major milestones that happened this year at KDKA-TV.
Bob Pompeani visits with Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle.
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker talked about his spot in the order and his contract status.
A.J. Burnett talks to Bob Pompeani about the late-season collapse in 2012 and the addition of Rusell Martin.
University of Pittsburgh Athletic Director chats with Bob Pompeani about extending the rivalry with Penn State.
Adam Proteau shares the latest news on the NHL lockout with Bob Pompeani.
Even though it’s Thanksgiving, today was no day off for the Steelers. They hit the practice field — getting ready for Sunday’s game in Cleveland, Ohio.
Many hunters will spend the holiday weekend in the woods going after deer, turkey or pheasants. This week, the Steelers’ defensive lineman Brett Keisel and some of his teammates grabbed some guns and headed to a local hunting and fishing club. And they took KDKA’s Bob Pompeani along with them.
Many NHL players have opted to head to Europe to play until a new collective bargaining agreement can be hammered out. One player who has not gone that route yet is Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, who is still hopeful that something will get done soon.
KDKA-TV’s Bob Pompeani met up with Penguins head coach Dan Bylsma recently to talk about the lockout and to get his thoughts on players coming up through the system.
The Steeler bye week was much talked about in the pre-season. Many people thought it was too early here in week #4. Most agree, the best bye week is week 9 or at the halfway mark of the season.
The Steelers visit the “Black Hole” this Sunday and playing Oakland recently has put the Steelers in a hole. Considering how bad they have been over the last decade and a half, the Raiders have had more than their share of success against the Steelers.
KDKA’s Bob Pompeani caught up with former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon.