PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — An off week for the Panthers (2-1, 3-1) could not come at a better time for redshirt senior quarterback Tom Savage, who left Saturday’s Homecoming contest with Virginia (0-1, 2-2) in the fourth quarter with concussion-like symptoms.
Marcus Mariota has become one of the emerging top contenders for the Heisman Trophy. The hype is warranted, as NFL fans hoping for a new franchise quarterback are also checking out Mariota as a potential draft pick.
The NCAA says it will gradually restore football scholarships taken from Penn State over the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, saying the school has made significant changes to its athletics programs.
Dozens of local Transportation Security Administration workers have been fired or suspended after they were caught in an illegal gambling ring at Pittsburgh International Airport.
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd passed for 270 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for two more in a season-opening victory over Georgia, confirming Boyd as one of the top Heisman contenders this season.
This year’s Heisman Trophy race is already off to a fast start and as you might have expected, it is quarterbacks leading the way after just two weeks of play. Here is a look at last year’s Heisman winner heading into week three of the season.
The parents of a Slippery Rock University basketball player who died after an intense practice are suing the school and the National Collegiate Athletic Association, because their son wasn’t screened for the sickle cell trait that contributed to his death and because school officials allegedly didn’t do enough to help him after he collapsed.
Troy Clardy isn’t ruling out a Panther upset of the Florida State Seminoles, and he explains why on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
While some have used Johnny Manziel’s story as a means to point out the NCAA’s ills, Troy explains why he refuses to have any sympathy for the Texas A&M quarterback.
Jeff Malcolm stopped 36 shots and Yale won its first NCAA hockey championship with a 4-0 victory over top-seeded Quinnipiac on Saturday night.
The eyes of the college sports world are on Pittsburgh as the Frozen Four got underway Thursday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Center.
The puck bounced to Andrew Miller’s stick, and Yale coach Keith Allain had little doubt where his captain was heading.
The affects U.S.A. Olympic Head Coach Herb Brooks made on American hockey can be felt in Pittsburgh this week as the Frozen Four dropped the puck at Consol Energy Center on Thursday night.
With one shot against North Dakota, Mount Lebanon’s own Jesse Root found the net in what proved to be the game winner sending his team at Yale to the Frozen Four.
The Frozen Four will be held at CONSOL Energy Center to determine the 2013 Division I Men’s National Hockey champion.