PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The first major storyline of Pitt football training camp mushroomed into a surprising development Wednesday, when head coach Paul Chryst announced “Will” (weak side) linebacker Todd Thomas has left the Panthers.
Charges are expected to be filed in connection with a fatal shooting in Oakland over the weekend.
A man who turned himself in to police in connection with a fatal shooting in Oakland, has been released by police.
Police say they have made an arrest in an early Saturday morning shooting in the city’s Oakland section that left a former college football standout dead.
LATROBE, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — Day five of Steelers training camp came and went Thursday with what were probably the best conditions they’ve had all week, and if you had to score this one, it would be best described as a boxing match.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Last year the Panthers relied heavily upon the contributions of underclassmen for an effective pass defense. Safety Jason Hendricks, coming off a stellar redshirt junior season that earned him Preseason All-ACC honors, expects the approaching campaign to be no different.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Ask any Pitt fan to name the team’s most indispensable player–which our own Chris Peak did not long ago–and, chances are, defensive tackle Aaron Donald will be named without much hesitation. But linebacker Todd Thomas can’t be far behind.
Two Pitt football players have been dismissed following a drug bust in Oakland last week.
The SWAT team was called to a building in Oakland overnight.
James Harrison is out of a job. And the Steelers are better for it. James Harrison played for the Steelers for a decade. And the Steelers are better for it.
Steeler James Harrison announced he will be leaving the Steelers in a tweet Saturday.
Remember when statues of sports icons were reserved for men of true character?
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been linked to a banned substance, and a Sports Illustrated article claims he’s used it since October to recover from a triceps injury.
It’s a story that has the nation and the world talking. It was a tragic love story that prompted an outpouring of support for a college football star at Norte Dame. But now, many are shaking their heads after it was revealed the story of Manti Te’o and his girlfriend who died of leukemia was a hoax.
One of the most inspirational stories of this college football season is a hoax, according to Deadspin.