Former Pittsburgh Steeler defensive coordinator, NFL head coach, and NBC analyst Tony Dungy is making headlines after reportedly saying he wouldn’t have drafted Michael Sam because he is gay, and wouldn’t want to “deal with it.”
Michael Sam’s magic moment has left America divided, making the masses uncomfortable for many reasons, though much of it has nothing to do with Michael Sam.
Good rule of thumb: Wait on defenses. Here’s our top 12 fantasy football defenses to draft.
In case you missed it, one former WPIAL football star officially united with another in Indianapolis over the weekend.
Clairton’s head coach leads his state champion Bears in search of a six-pack of wins against Rochester, whom they meet in the WPIAL playoffs for the sixth straight time Friday.
Pine-Richland stunned the state champs on the road for its first win of the new PIHL season Thursday.
Sto-Rox linebacker Deaysean Rippy gives us a recruiting update and previews the Vikings’ key Big 7 Conference game Friday against WPIAL Class A finalist Rochester…
Junior Matt Smith pitched a gem, and surging Seneca Valley finally found a way to beat Pine-Richland, tightening the Sec. 1-AAAA race.
Peters Township broke open this battle of recent Class AA dynasties in the second period to extend its unbeaten streak and help raise money for cancer research last weekend.
Despite trailing by double digits entering the fourth quarter, Rochester stunned Lincoln Park in a battle of Class A number ones Monday night by embarking on a game-changing 14-point run.
South Fayette used its pressure defense to frustrate visiting Ringgold and a balanced, fast-paced offense to put the Rams away early in a resounding AAA-Sec. 5 victory that keeps the Lions undefeated.
Defending PIAA champ Clairton completed its “three-peat” as WPIAL Class A champions by blanking Rochester, as QB/DE Desimon Green making his usual assortment of big plays on both sides of the ball.
Chris Gates | 93.7 The Fan — Few highly ranked teams take on such an opponent in a season opener, but Dixon and his squad believe that playing a team like the Rams early on can only help as the year progresses.
The No. 5 Pitt Panthers overcame a sloppy first half against Rhode Island Monday at the Petersen Events Center to win their season opener, 83-75.