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Careful what you wish for, Steelers fans.
Sunday’s AFC Championship Game is already giving Pittsburgh Steelers fans a bad case of déjà vu.
The 2013 NFL schedule won’t be out for months, but the Steelers opponents for next season have now been announced.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are sitting at home this weekend for a bye week, but their fans still have work to do. It’s time to root for the Patriots, Chargers, and Jaguars.
Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
Ed Bouchette, 93-7 The Fan Steelers Insider, joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday.
Bill O’Brien, the new head football coach at Penn State University, joined The Fan Morning Show Friday to discuss his transition from the Super Bowl to recruiting for his first season in Happy Valley.
Former Steeler and Super Bowl Champion with the Baltimore Ravens Rod Woodson joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on 93-7 The FAN to talk about his experience playing in the Super Bowl.
Hall Of Fame quarterback Dan Marino joined The Fan Morning Show Friday to discuss Super Bowl XLVI.
New York Giants’ Vice President of Communication Pat Hanlon joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday.
Paul Bessire created The Predciction Machine to help you win cold, hard cash.
The NFL playoffs have been as close to a nightmare as you can possibly get for fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Dorin Dickerson, current New England Patriots and former Pitt Panthers’ tight end, joined The Fan Morning Show Thursday as the Patriots prepare to take on the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium.
Two months after the dismissal of Joe Paterno, Penn State introduced its new head football coach during a press conference Saturday morning. Bill O’Brien is not only taking over a program from a legendary coach, he also gets a program that is steering its way through federal, NCAA and Big Ten inquiries, not to mention criminal proceedings against former administrators.
The search for Joe Paterno’s replacement at Penn State appears to be over. According to a USA Today report, New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien appears to be the man for the job.