PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Most of us are taught by our parents at a young age to share. In any event, it’s a lesson sophomore Isaac Bennett obviously took to heart entering the 2012 season.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Rebuilding a major college football program is a process, not an event. Using rhetoric that seems to contrast that of his predecessor, Pitt head coach Paul Chryst said, following a 34-10 loss at Cincinnati last Thursday, players and coaches both need to take ownership of that process.
CINCINNATI (93-7 THE FAN) — Tailback Ray Graham said he feels himself getting stronger, but fellow senior Tino Sunseri believes Pitt’s offense, as a whole, isn’t as strong as it can be after a humbling 34-10 loss to Cincinnati in last Thursday’s Big East opener for both teams.
(AP) — The third-place Pittsburgh Pirates aren’t likely to catch the NL Central-leading Cincinnati Reds, and could soon find themselves out of playoff contention entirely.
As radio analyst Pat Bostick once contended, some of the most significant progress you’ll see from a successful team takes place from game one to game two, which is something I can’t recall happening since the year Cincinnati stole that aforementioned BCS berth from under the Panthers’ collective nose.
CINCINNATI (AP) An enormous boat trophy was created in 2005, when Cincinnati entered the Big East and found another way to have a rivalry with Pittsburgh.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Center and co-captain Ryan Turnley would have liked to pave the way for more productivity in Saturday’s 31-17 loss to Youngstown State at Heinz Field, but he still likes the chemistry of Pitt’s offensive line after their first regular-season test.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Despite a 31-17 upset at the hands of Youngstown State in last Saturday’s season opener, senior quarterback Tino Sunseri sees positives on which Pitt’s offense can build entering Thursday’s Big East lid-lifter in Cincinnati.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Some players discussed the need to put foresight above hindsight after Pitt was upset by Youngstown State, 31-17, at Heinz Field Saturday, and head coach Paul Chryst said in his weekly press conference he expects tangible progress to be made between game one and game two, Thursday’s Big East opener against Cincinnati at Nippert Stadium.
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks to Cincinnati sports reporter Moe Egger about how fans need to show up if the Bengals want to beat the Ravens.
One of the top players in WPIAL Class AAAA is going to the Ivy League, while another is going to one of Pitt’s Big East rivals…
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Pirates starter Charlie Morton was the most explosive player at Great American Ballpark Wednesday, pitching a complete game shutout in a 5-0 win.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Things got away from Pirates starter James McDonald in the fifth inning Saturday and the Pirates fell in Cincinnati, 11-2.
The Beaver County Times writer and Baseball Prospectus contributor joined 93.7 The Fan’s John Phillips to discuss the Pirates’ four-game set in Cincinnati, and the future of Barry Bonds.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The Fan — Pitt defeated Cincinnati, 71-59, Saturday night. Here’s what the players and coach Jamie Dixon had to say after the game.