Hear what the Power had to say after a tough loss to their East Division arch-nemeses in Arena Football League action Saturday.
We are live from CONSOL Energy Center as a bitter rivalry is renewed in the Arena Football League tonight…
The Pittsburgh Power get ready to renew their spirited inter-state rivalry with the East Division champs, seeking another big win at home to climb back into the American Conference playoff picture.
The head coach wants his Pittsburgh Power to build on their last home win as they return to face the arch-rival Cleveland Gladiators Saturday.
The Power brought their intensity to Saturday’s dual-squad practice with the defending East Division champion Cleveland Gladiators.
Here’s a complete look at the adjustments your Arena Football League team has made prior to Saturday’s preseason scrimmage with the arch-rival Cleveland Gladiators…
The Pittsburgh Power continued to add to their 2012 training camp roster, giving it a little more local flavor in the process…
(UPDATED 07/18/11) 93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock is blogging live from Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland throughout tonight’s critical East Division rematch between the Power and the Gladiators!
The Power made not have made the playoffs yet, but their road to the postseason starts with a must-win game against their arch-rivals, who are going for their first division crown since relocation.
See what head coach Chris Siegfried and some of his players are saying as they gear up for their biggest game of the season, a pivotal prime-time meeting with the rival Cleveland Gladiators that holds their postseason fate in the balance.
Arizona’s offense was perfect. The Pittsburgh Power saw Arizona’s offense go 10 for 10, scoring a touchdown every series. The Rattlers (15-2) defeated the Power (8-8) Sunday night, 68-34, at the CONSOL Energy Center in front of 8,600 fans.
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.
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.
(UPDATED 06/05/11) 93-7 The Fan’s Matt Popchock is blogging live from CONSOL Energy Center throughout tonight’s pivotal East Division showdown…
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.