USA Sumo show will raise money for Greater Pittsburgh YMCA

USA Sumo show will raise money for Greater Pittsburgh YMCA

“In this culture, I didn’t think people would like a sport where your rear isn’t covered.”


Pirates Schedule Pitt Men's Football
Steelers Schedule Pitt Men's Basketball
Penguins Schedule Pitt Women's Basketball
Riverhounds Schedule Pitt Women's Volleyball


2016 Pirates Preview

2016 Steelers Preview


Former New England Patriot Matt Light gives Steelers fans a chance to be his guest for the AFC Championship

“I’ve got one heck of a great story about Ben Roethlisberger.”

T.J. McConnell is already repping Duquesne basketball in the NBA, and he might not be alone in a few years.

Duquesne’s lineup is a veritable gypsies, tramps and thieves of the court

Former New England Patriots offensive lineman calls Pittsburgh Steeler James Harrison's level of play at age 38 'impressive'

Former New England O-lineman Matt Light is 'impressed' that James Harrison is still playing at a high level.

Westmoreland County is the home of some of the Pittsburgh area’s greatest athletes — and Mrs. Partridge

If you’ve ever eaten a banana split or watched Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, you can thank our neighbors to the east

Obama’s love of sports made him engaging, likable and down-to-earth

Sports made Obama seem regular in a way that other presidents didn’t

Pittsburgh’s Steel City Roller Derby finds a new home in nearby Cheswick

The league will is now ensconced at Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena

Panther Party: University of Pittsburgh football fans make the trip to New York for Pinstripe Bowl

“To see all these Panthers fans in New York City, this is awesome.”

The re-emergence of Penn State’s football program is still hard to watch

There just aren’t enough roses to cover the smell of what happened at Penn State in 2011

Mike Wysocki makes his 2017 Pittsburgh sports predictions

The parade even draws Capitals, Sabres and Blue Jackets fans who make the drive just to see what the Cup looks like

Pittsburgh sports-media personalities share their best sports moments of 2016

James Conner’s “first touchdown of the season was the moment of the year.”

Looking back at some of the best City Paper sports stories of 2016.

“I would never sacrifice a beer for a ball.”

Besties and Worsties: Mike Wysocki’s year-end Pittsburgh sports awards

The city of Cleveland came within a game of being called the City of Champions

Duckpin bowling is alive and well in Pittsburgh

New players are welcome at Garfield lanes “as long as 20 people don’t show up at once.”

From Super Toe to the Scorcher Chamber, a short list of favorite childhood sports toys

That son-of-a-bitch Super Toe planted the ball right through the glass in the front storm door

Cheap Seats: How will Pittsburgh sports teams perform under a Trump presidency?

Maybe Jeff Reed is the guy we need to unite the nation



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