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.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — Former Pitt and Seton-La Salle quarterback Bill Stull will take the reigns of the Pittsburgh Power starting Friday.
Despite a last-minute players’ strike that subtracted from their original roster, a number of the Power’s original players stuck around to help them collect their first win of the new Arena Football League season.
By Matt Popchock (email@example.com) The premiere episode of “The Power Source,” our brand new weekly Pittsburgh Power podcast, previews the first game of the team’s second season in the Arena Football League, against the Orlando […]
Some bad bounces during their last trip to Orlando underscored an unfortunate first season for the Power. But this is a healthier and more confident bunch heading back there for the 2012 season opener Friday.
The Pittsburgh Power have finalized their 2012 roster, which includes three former Pitt players. All three might see time in Friday’s season-opener at Orlando.
The Power brought their intensity to Saturday’s dual-squad practice with the defending East Division champion Cleveland Gladiators.
Here’s a complete look at the adjustments your Arena Football League team has made prior to Saturday’s preseason scrimmage with the arch-rival Cleveland Gladiators…
A number of the men you might see in uniform for the Power this season have strong western PA ties, including the man expected to take over as the Arena Football League team’s new starting center. We profile him in this latest installment of our ongoing series.
Our ongoing series previewing the 2012 edition of your Arena Football League team continues with a look at one of last year’s offensive linemen/fullbacks, a former JoePa protege trying to make the cut…
The Power are just one week away from opening training camp, but the second-year Arena Football League team is still in the process of finalizing its preseason roster.
When the Pittsburgh Power line up against the Orlando Predators to begin their second season in the Arena Football League, they’ll have some extra company in the Amway Center (to say nothing of the home team’s notoriously passionate fans).
In this installment, we chat with one of the premier two-way players in the Arena Football League as he readies for his first season with the Power.
Thirty-five players will work out with the Arena Football League team, with as many as 24 being available for its Mar. 9 season opener.