Ring That Bell! After Grueling 30 Months, 8-Year-Old Darran Dunlap Marks Final Chemo TreatmentAfter a grueling 30 months, 8-year-old Darran Dunlap marked the end of her cancer treatments Friday.
Dunlap: Shazier Contract Situation Could Be IssueHow do the Steelers tread into the ever-so-delicate territory on the contract future of Ryan Shazier?
Dunlap: Do Nothing, Mr. RutherfordPenguins general manager Jim Rutherford has an enormous decision to make -- does he make a trade in an attempt to bolster his roster or does he let the deadline come and go without a transaction?
Dunlap: Hurdle’s Message Nice, But A Bit OffColin Dunlap believes Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle meant well in what he said, but he should have dialed it back a little bit.
Dunlap: WPIAL Went Overboard On Clairton, MonessenColin Dunlap believes Clairton and Monessen deserved a harsh punishment for a brawl that broke out during a game, but he feels the WPIAL went too far.
Dunlap: James Harrison’s Legacy Seems Shot In PittsburghDon’t look for James Harrison to be in attendance at any Steelers reunions.
Dunlap: Fix Catch Rule And We’re Close To PerfectColin Dunlap says the NFL not being able to categorize what exactly a catch is has become the main issue that needs to be fixed.
Dunlap: Be Sure To Stay Likable, JuJuIt wasn't a big deal, but Colin Dunlap wants to remind JuJu Smith-Schuster to remember to stay likable.
Dunlap: Some Unsolicited Advice For Kevin StallingsColin Dunlap says Kevin Stallings should get another season beyond this one to show what he can do as the basketball coach at Pitt.
Dunlap: Halls Of Fame Are So DilutedAccording to Colin Dunlap, sports halls of fame are places that don’t really carry the reverence and veneration they were originally designed to.
Dunlap: Pittsburgh Has No One To Root ForIn a couple weeks from now, the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will battle in a Super Bowl in Minneapolis and people in Pittsburgh have to be more turned off than anything.
Dunlap: No Excuses Now, BenAccording to Colin Dunlap, Ben Roethlisberger got what he wanted. Now it’s time to do something big.