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Sunday December 21 2014
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PLAYOFF BOUND

PLAYOFF BOUND

Ben Roethlisberger threw for 220 yards and a touchdown, the defense recorded six sacks and didn't allow a touchdown and the Steelers clinched a playoff berth with a 20-12 win over the Chiefs.

Pens top streaking Panthers 3-1

Pens top streaking Panthers 3-1

Nick Spaling and Steve Downie had two-point nights and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 45 shots as the ‪Penguins‬ beat the Panthers 3-1

Pitt outlasts Oakland in overtime

Pitt outlasts Oakland in overtime

Michael Young scored 19 points and James Robinson 18 as Pitt avoided a second upset attempt in three seasons by Oakland, outlasting the Grizzlies 81-77 in overtime at the Petersen Events Center.

College Player of the Year: James Conner, Pitt

College Player of the Year: James Conner, Pitt

After a freshman season which saw him share carries with various upperclassmen, Pitt running back James Conner has emerged as one of the premiere players in the nation, carrying the Panthers’ offense in the process.

Pirates Players of the Year: Cutch and J-Hay

Pirates Players of the Year: Cutch and J-Hay

Pirates fans once again had the opportunity to put on their black t-shirts, crowd onto Federal Street, and experience the pandemonium that was playoff baseball in 2014, even if it was abbreviated.

Steelers Player of the Year: Le’Veon Bell

Steelers Player of the Year: Le’Veon Bell

Back in September, future Hall of Fame halfback LaDainian Tomlinson raised some eyebrows when he said that the Steelers Le'Veon Bell was the best running back in the league.

Former Pitt offensive lineman Mike McGlynn was at Heinz Field on Sunday as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs when they played against the Steelers.

(AP) Devin Williams had 16 points and Jaysean Paige added 11 points to help the Mountaineers (10-1) win their third straight.

Micah Mason had 17 points to lead a balanced scoring attack as Duquesne snapped a four-game losing streak with a 79-63 win over UMass-Lowell at the AJ Palumbo Center on Saturday afternoon.

Actually, the fact that the university is willing to eat four years and $2 million of Pederson’s remaining contract is surprising.

The 5’11” 210-pound Kemp was been a major threat for the Jaguars, using both his size and skills to carry TJ's offense.

On November 19, the Penguins called a press conference.

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The only surprising thing about Pitt’s ouster of Steve Pederson as athletic director is the fact that it’s seen as a surprise.
Editor's DeskFeature OnePitt Football
The 2015 Steelers are closing in on a season of historic highs and historic lows split between two sides of the ball.
Feature TwoPure Steel
In late October and at 4-3 on the season, the Pittsburgh Steelers found themselves with a pair of key home matchups against the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens.
Feature ThreePure Steel
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds took a few big steps toward getting their house in order today, with the announcement of a new president and head coach.
Feature FourPress RoomSports Bites
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The Oakland Zoo erupted. Senior forward Talib Zanna drained a pair free throws to put Pitt up by two points against top-ranked Syracuse.
Custom 1Pitt BasketballPress Room
A new season always brings new challenges and expectations. For the 2014-15 Penguins, this new season brought much more.
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Being a baseball fan requires a great deal of patience.
Custom 3North Shore Notes
In 2011, Lincoln Park was crushed by the Philadelphia Math, Civics and Science Charter School, 70-55, in the Pennsylvania Single A State Championship.
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