Christopher Carter diagrams how to survive the Christmas blitz with a DK Pittsburgh Sports gift subscription.
The Pittsburgh sports community is reacting, passionately, emotionally, from near and far, to the mass shooting Saturday at the Tree of Life synagogue in Squirrel Hill.
In October, 1972, there were stories about Pittsburgh public relations man Chuck Reichblum forming the National Tennis League. In the Oct. 6 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Vince Leonard quotes Reichblum as saying,...
Five slices of wholly unsolicited advice for Heather Lyke, Pitt's AD, in her search for Kevin Stallings' replacement.
I’m hoping Pitt finds a way out of the current doldrums. Truly, there is nowhere to go but up!
If this was, in fact, the end of the Kevin Stallings era of Pitt basketball, it absolutely ended appropriately.
These Panthers, now 8-14 overall and 0-9 in the ACC, might have just lost their last chance at winning even once.
I’m quite certain that if I hadn’t been only 5 years old on New Year’s Day 1977, I would have been rooting for Pitt!
It's one thing for Duquesne to have slid through its out-of-conference schedule unscathed.
With the sad news that KQV is planning to go off the air in the new year, it seems like a good time to visit the odd way they affected...
The Pittsburgh Hornets were a charter member of the American Hockey League, which started play in 1936.
An ad in the form of an open letter in the August 9, 1970 Pittsburgh Press put it this way.
It's Thanksgiving Eve, and I'm feeling grateful to get to know good people like Marcus Gilbert, the better with which to form a personal judgment.
ESPN's been as big a part of Pittsburgh sporting culture as it has across America, and this for the better part of three decades.
Allow me to introduce you to a couple of popular, respected rugby commentators in New Zealand named Gareth Dinneen and Steve Prescott.
The state of the Pirates, both recently and rolling the clock way back, is such that it doesn't deserve to be ignored.
Penn State will beat Pitt by pretty much any score it wants. I write that with no malice. I picked the Panthers last year.
Jim Rutherford absolutely, positively must find a third-line center before the Penguins' season starts because ... why, exactly?
If Keith Dambrot, the venerable, highly successful coach at Akron, had been hired within minutes of Jim Ferry's firing, it would have been a pleasant surprise.
As many times as I've been here in the world's coldest big city, I'd never tried to do a full video taking people on a little tour.
Living as I do in Virginia, I’d been asked many times by my Capitals-fan friends and acquaintances “When are you going to do a strip about the Caps?”
Word is filtering this way that the frustration with Kevin Stallings at Pitt has reached all the way up the university ladder.
The University of Pittsburgh's not-so-long-ago proud basketball program is about to plunge off Cardiac Hill and into the ACC's abyss if something isn't done soon.
About a minute remained in the 85th City Game, and Dave Harper, the new AD at Duquesne University, had been alerted by PPG Paints Arena's visibly fidgety security staff.
Kevin Stallings' Pitt basketball coaching debut undoubtedly didn't go as smoothly as he'd have liked, but his Panthers eventually dragged away from an eager Eastern Michigan group.