Dunlap: Hurdle’s Message Nice, But A Bit OffColin Dunlap believes Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle meant well in what he said, but he should have dialed it back a little bit.
Dunlap: WPIAL Went Overboard On Clairton, MonessenColin Dunlap believes Clairton and Monessen deserved a harsh punishment for a brawl that broke out during a game, but he feels the WPIAL went too far.
Dunlap: James Harrison’s Legacy Seems Shot In PittsburghDon’t look for James Harrison to be in attendance at any Steelers reunions.
Dunlap: Fix Catch Rule And We’re Close To PerfectColin Dunlap says the NFL not being able to categorize what exactly a catch is has become the main issue that needs to be fixed.
Dunlap: Be Sure To Stay Likable, JuJuIt wasn't a big deal, but Colin Dunlap wants to remind JuJu Smith-Schuster to remember to stay likable.
Dunlap: Some Unsolicited Advice For Kevin StallingsColin Dunlap says Kevin Stallings should get another season beyond this one to show what he can do as the basketball coach at Pitt.
Dunlap: Halls Of Fame Are So DilutedAccording to Colin Dunlap, sports halls of fame are places that don’t really carry the reverence and veneration they were originally designed to.
Dunlap: Pittsburgh Has No One To Root ForIn a couple weeks from now, the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will battle in a Super Bowl in Minneapolis and people in Pittsburgh have to be more turned off than anything.
Dunlap: No Excuses Now, BenAccording to Colin Dunlap, Ben Roethlisberger got what he wanted. Now it’s time to do something big.
Dunlap: Big Ben’s Message Was Loud And Clear Shot To HaleyColin Dunlap heard what Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was saying. He heard it loud and clear. Did you?
Dunlap: Blake Bortles Isn’t Winning This GameThis one is simple; this one is a cinch and a no-brainer: There is no way (barring something unforeseen like an injury to Ben Roethlisberger or one of the Steelers’ big dogs) that Blake Bortles is winning the next game he plays.
Dunlap: NFL Fan Behavior Is So Out Of LineWhat is it with NFL fan behavior? What’s the romanticism or draw with people acting like total idiots and doing things such as jumping off trucks and breaking tables.