The head coach recently joined 93-7 The Fan’s Troy Clardy, the radio voice of your Pittsburgh Power, to discuss the team’s dramatic victory over San Jose last Saturday and what he’s been up to during the Power’s bye week.
After missing an opportunity to make a statement last week, the Power will try to make one in Week 9 and start turning around their home-field record against the reigning ArenaBowl champions.
Anthony Morelli and the Power showed great offensive consistency in their Week 7 win at New Orleans, and they’ll need more of that consistency as they head to Georgia in Week 8.
Head coach Chris Siegfried should be understandably eager to make a statement against his old team, and his current team, the Power, also have a thing or two to prove as they gear up for Saturday’s Week 6 contest.
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.
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 Power played to the level of their competition in their win at Milwaukee Monday night, which is something Chris Siegfried certainly doesn’t want to see happen against a struggling Tulsa squad.
What is an arena football game like, from a fan’s point of view? We take a look inside the inaugural Pittsburgh Power home game, the first AFL contest held here in over 20 years.
(UPDATED) Ready or not, here comes the Arena Football League to Pittsburgh…again. In case you had forgotten, or in case you didn’t know at all, it’s been over two decades since the Gladiators, one of the AFL’s seminal (“experimental”) franchises called the old Civic Arena home.