We’re live from CONSOL Energy Center as the Power get set to begin the home portion of their 2012 Arena Football League schedule against the East Division rival Philadelphia Soul.
The Power began their maiden voyage in the Arena Football League against their cross-state rivals at CONSOL Energy Center last year, which is where they will meet again Friday in the 2012 home opener.
In this belated episode of our weekly Pittsburgh Power podcast, we catch up to the developing story of former Pitt quarterback Bill Stull’s return to the team, and we share the front office’s perspective on the controversial events that took place prior to the Power’s season-opening win in Orlando.
After seeing their lofty postseason goals ultimately fall out of reach, the Power will try to stop their ongoing skid and end their inaugural season on a positive note against their new, but familiar cross-state rivals.
The Power travel to New Orleans this week, but before we break down that game, let’s take a look at what else was happening around the AFL during Week 6…
As you get ready for the Pittsburgh Power’s next home game Saturday night, here’s a look at what’s been happening around the AFL during their bye week.
As you get ready for the Pittsburgh Power’s next game, here’s a look at what’s been happening around the AFL in the first couple weeks of the 2011 season.
What is an arena football game like, from a fan’s point of view? We take a look inside the inaugural Pittsburgh Power home game, the first AFL contest held here in over 20 years.
It was the opening night for Pittsburgh’s new arena football team. The Power kicked off its first season at the CONSOL Energy Center against the Philadelphia Soul.
(UPDATED) Ready or not, here comes the Arena Football League to Pittsburgh…again. In case you had forgotten, or in case you didn’t know at all, it’s been over two decades since the Gladiators, one of the AFL’s seminal (“experimental”) franchises called the old Civic Arena home.