In front of another sellout crowd at the Big House in Ann Arbor, the Michigan Wolverines clawed and scrapped their way to an improbable win over Penn State.
Josh Lambert’s 55-yard field goal as time expired lifted the West Virginia Mountaineers to a thrilling 37-34 come from behind win at Texas Tech Saturday in Big 12 play.
If there is one aspect of the 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers offense that has been working since week 1, it’s the running game.
Zeigler says NFL would have looked very homophobic and it would have created a real stir if he wasn’t drafted.
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Sam Carchidi joined John Phillips Thursday night on “The Late Shift” to talk about the Flyers and Rangers series. The Rangers currently lead the Flyers 2-1 heading into Game 4 in Philadelphia.
Seth Rorabaugh, of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette’s Empty Netters Blog, joined The Fan’s John Phillips to react to the Penguins’ performance in Game 4 and to look ahead to Game 5.
Mike Bariski, Athletic Director and Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School, stopped by the John Phillips Show on Sunday.
New Castle boys basketball coach Ralph Blundo joined John Phillips Sunday morning to talk about the Red Hurricanes third straight WPIAL title.
Goaltender Jim Craig from 1980 USA Hockey gold medal team joined John Phillips Saturday night to discuss the 34th anniversary of one of the most famous upsets in sports history.
John Amaechi, a former baseball star at Penn State who played in the NBA for three teams, joined 93.7 The Fan’s John Phillips on Monday to discuss the decision by Missouri defensive star Michael Sam to come out as a gay athlete.
Eddie Johnston, former Senior Director of Hockey operations with the Pittsburgh Penguins joined The Fan’s John Phillips to talk about the Penguins, and how things have changed since he was in the league.
It’s not often Pete Rose says he’s sorry, but baseball’s all-time hit king has done so in the wake of his candid comments regarding his banishment from baseball.
When it comes to controversy, Pete Rose is all too familiar with it. Baseball’s all-time hits leader has been banned from the sport he drew his ‘Charlie Hustle’ name from since 1989 for betting on games while he was manager of the Cincinnati Reds.
Mt. Lebanon native Kurt Angle is no stranger to the Olympics. With the International Olympic Committee’s decision to eliminate the sport from the 2020 Summer Games, Angle has taken up the cause to stop that from happening.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks with John Phillips, sports attorney and sports show host, about the NCAA.