One college football writer looks at how the ever-changing landscape of college football might affect the Big East’s most heated rivalry.
As the regular season comes to a close, we boldly predict the 2011 WPIAL Football Championship matchups…
The coordinating producer of the network’s WPIAL football coverage breaks down USC’s blowout of Mount Lebanon, as seen on ROOT Sports, and gives his teams to watch during the 2011 playoffs…
The Upper St. Clair quarterback and future Pitt linebacker talks about winning the Panthers’ first Great Southern Conference title since 2006 and getting ready for a run at the Quad-A crown.
Connellsville’s new football coach talks to 93.7 The Fan about his program’s remarkable turnaround this season.
As this thing I like to call Food & Games has evolved, the goal of bringing you fun food stories regarding my travels has been quite a ride. I’ve dined in stadiums and press boxes from San Francisco to the Big Apple. I’ve sampled hot dogs and sushi, while enjoying the people I’ve met. It’s been quite a journey so far. But this past Wednesday, I decided to hit Heinz Field for the Pitt-UConn game. Why? Boredom mostly, but it was a good choice on my part as the dinner served was first rate and caught me off guard.
The head coach of Franklin Regional football talks about his team’s big victory Friday night, which leaves the Panthers one win away from a perfect regular season.
The coordinating producer of high school football coverage on ROOT Sports breaks down North Allegheny’s win over Shaler and looks ahead to the Quad-A playoffs.
As we do toward the end of every edition of “The UPMC Centers for Rehab Services High School Football Show,” 93-7 The Fan’s John Phillips and Mr. High School Sports make their picks for five big games on the horizon.
The Franklin Regional tailback pays us a brief visit to react to the Panthers’ impressive win over Ringgold.
We make our picks for five of the biggest WPIAL football games to come next Friday…
The coordinating producer of the network’s high school football coverage breaks down Central Catholic’s hard-fought win and Rushel Shell’s much-anticipated decision.
The Pitt football expert looks at the impact of Rushel Shell’s decision to stay in blue and gold–Panther blue and gold, that is–and analyzes another top WPIAL player whom Pitt would like to add to its “high-octane” offense.
The MaxPreps editor weighs the importance of Rushel Shell’s decision to stay home for his college career, and talks about the latest innovation by our brother website…
The coordinating producer of WPIAL football coverage for ROOT Sports weighs the remaining undefeated teams in the district, and talks about the importance of Rushel Shell’s health to Hopewell moving forward.