The Pittsburgh Panthers are truly hoping for an NCAA Tournament berth this year, but they’ve still got work to do. If they’re going to get there, it’s going to be a host of players doing it and the inside game of forward Michael Young from nearby Duquesne.
Pitt running back James Conner continues to receive recognition for his stellar play this year.
The Pittsburgh Panthers weren’t supposed to face a real test for another nine days, when they head to Hawaii for the Maui Invitational and could face teams including Arizona, BYU and San Diego State.
First and foremost, Pittsburgh is a football town. The general goodwill and overall level of happiness of the city can be predicted by the outcome of the Steelers game on just about any given Sunday. With that in mind, here are the best fall sporting events in Pittsburgh.
With the schedule being released today, Pitt hoops head coach Jamie Dixon joined Starkey, Miller and Mueller to talk about his team’s new conference and how the change may impact them.
Starting in 2013, Heinz Field is implementing a new bag policy for Pittsburgh Steelers and University of Pittsburgh Panthers home football games, as well as concerts at the stadium.
When is winning two out of three not good enough? According to Troy, it’s when the woeful Houston Astros are the other team. Troy explains why the Pirates will come up short no matter what happens on Sunday against Houston.
Pitt football player Andrew Taglianetti was invited to the Steelers rookie camp this past weekend and talked to 93-7 The Fan about his experience.
With their second round pick selected, the Pittsburgh Steelers chose Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell.
The Prediction Machine puts Pitt as the 6th best team in the country. Paul Bessire joined the Fan Morning Show to tell the guys why.
Jim Colony caught up with Panthers Guard Travon Woodall to preview Monday night’s game against Louisville.
Pitt men’s basketball Coach Jamie Dixon joined Bob Pompeani as the Panthers prepare for the Big East schedule.
Pitt athletic director Steve Pederson checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Pitt offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph likes the three-man running back system that the Panthers are using this year, because it keeps the offense fresh throughout the game.
Former Pitt star, Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, and current CBS studio analyst Dan Marino joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to chat about the start of the NFL season, and offer a few thoughts on Pitt’s blowout loss to Cincinnati Thursday night.