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Published monthly, the Pittsburgh Sports Report (PSR) offers unique coverage of the region’s professional and collegiate sports scene that simply is not available anywhere else. With in-depth issues not tackled elsewhere in the market, and hard-hitting commentaries by the region's most recognizable sports journalists, PSR has established itself as western Pennsylvania's premier sports publication. PSR’s stable of writers includes the finest and most respected journalists in the city. In addition to thought-provoking lead stories, PSR features compelling interviews with fascinating and powerful sports personalities, as well as first-in-the-market previews. More than 125,000 people read and re-read each issue of the Sports Report, and that number is growing. PSR’s readership has increased by 250% over the last three years alone. PSR was founded in 1996 and is published by Ellis Cannon.

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Monongahela PA 15063-0500
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412-469-9770
Twitter: @PghSportsReport

 

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Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi made an immediate impact on the recruiting trail upon taking over at Pitt a year ago.
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On Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015, Geibel Catholic High School's Emily Zimcosky had her wildest dream come true.
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Several offseason departures and a few promising prospects combine to create a series of interesting questions as the reporting date for pitchers and catchers draws near.
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The Penn State Nittany Lions have seen more turnover in the past four years than they saw in the 45 years prior.
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Nearly 30 local prospects, throughout the WPIAL and the Pittsburgh City League, will head to FBS and FCS colleges next year to continue their football careers.
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Ohio State checks in with the top-rated class in the nation, with many of the usual suspects also boasting strong classes. Ole Miss, Penn State and North Carolina also have great hauls.
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The local class of 2017 boasts some of the top players in the state, and Pittsburgh Central Catholic leads with way with several exciting prospects. North Allegheny, Steel Valley and Clairton once again have top-tier talent.
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Four of the nation's top 15 players hail from the state of Florida, while three come from Alabama and two from Texas. New Jersey's Rashan Gary, however, claims the top spot.
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