Former Pittsburgh Steeler defensive coordinator, NFL head coach, and NBC analyst Tony Dungy is clarifying remarks me he made about Michael Sam.
Anthony Louis Boerio resigned as an assistant track coach at Penn Trafford High School in Westmoreland County back in May after allegations surfaced about alleged inappropriate texting with a teen.
Chuck Noll’s life work is now complete.
Chuck Noll, the man who forever changed the image and fortunes of the Pittsburgh Steelers franchise, died Friday night at the age of 82.
A popular assistant high school swimming coach has resigned after someone anonymously complained that he also worked as a bartender at a central Pennsylvania strip club.
Penn State has suspended its entire men’s rugby team amid claims that two players torched the team’s storage shed and an investigation that revealed what police called the team’s discontent with its coach.
Thursday is the first game for the Seton Hill University’s women’s lacrosse team since their coach was killed when the team bus crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last March.
Paul Chryst has been searching for a Wide Receivers coach since the departure of Bobby Engram to the Baltimore Ravens, and today he announced the new hire.
A high school basketball coach will have to watch from the stands when his team competes in the WPIAL playoffs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced today that they have signed Minnesota Vikings Running Backs Coach James Saxon to replace their former Running Backs Coach Kirby Wilson who recently went went to the Vikings.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have officially hired Mike Munchak as their new offensive line coach.
According to Sports Illustrated Senior Writer Pete Thamel, Penn State’s top recruiter Larry Johnson Sr. is close to leaving Happy Valley after spending the last 15 seasons there as an assistant coach and serving as one of the teams top recruiters.
Penn State has hired James Franklin as its next head coach.
Vanderbilt’s James Franklin will be the new head coach of the Penn State football team, according to a report from Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.
He coached the Steelers for nearly 15 years and guided them to a victory in Super Bowl XL. But for the past several years, Bill Cowher has worked as a network studio analyst for CBS.