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Wednesday April 23 2014
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Six-seven forward is first member of 2014-15 recruiting class

Duquesne University head men's basketball coach Jim Ferry has announced the signing of 6-7 forward TySean Powell (Twinsburg, Ohio/IMG (Fla.) Academy) to a National Letter of Intent.

04/22/2014 - 17:36
PSR Staff
Juco center and local guard intend to play for Panthers

PITTSBURGH-The University of Pittsburgh men's basketball program signed two student-athletes-Tyrone Haughton (Miami, Fla./Iowa Western C.C.) and Cameron Johnson (Moon Township, Pa.

04/22/2014 - 08:20
PSR Staff
The top players in next year's recruiting class are already drawing attention.

The ink is not even dry on the signatures from the 2014 recruiting classes, but the race is already on to secure the best players in the 2015 class.

02/06/2014 - 22:45
PSR Staff
A look a the top players and the top classes nationally

Six of the country's top 10 recruits hail from the states of Louisiana or Virginia this year, headlined by LSU-bound running back Leonard Fournette of New Orleans.

 

02/04/2014 - 12:37
Nate Marsh
Local players to sign letters of intent on Wednesday

Aliquippa's Dravon Henry highlights 33 local football players are headed off to play Division I football.

02/04/2014 - 12:27
PSR Staff
While Pitt’s recent history has been marred by coaching changes and dismissed players, Paul Chryst and his staff have added 23 high school seniors to form a class that has been rated between 35th and 40th by most recruiting services.

The class has several elite offensive players, two of whom are local talents.

02/04/2014 - 12:15
Ryan Bertonaschi
By now, plenty of Penn State fans have heard new head coach James Franklin's plan to “dominate the state” on the recruiting trail. So far, though, he has been displaying his ability to do that away from Pennsylvania.

Franklin, who comes to Happy Valley after turning around Vanderbilt's program, was heralded by many as a top-notch recruiter. He showed that much almost immediately after arriving at Penn State.

02/04/2014 - 12:00
Eric Shultz
Political scientists claim it takes years to calculate the damage inflicted during an economic depression. In the game of college football, when six coaches call a program home in a matter of four years, that program could reach a depressed state.

And like the economy, it takes a while for fans to determine where a program stands after devastating blows.

01/31/2014 - 15:28
Ryan Bertonaschi
When James Franklin took the podium for the first time as Penn State’s head coach, he spoke sharply and confidently. Franklin, who inherits a Nittany Lions roster with just eight players from Western Pennsylvania, was already recruiting.

“I know I’ve been sitting in living rooms with families and kids and selling them on a dream and selling them on our relationship,” the former Vanderbilt head coach told radio host Dan Patrick last

01/31/2014 - 15:25
Tyler Pecyna
The Penn State football program has been operating under a 40 percent scholarship reduction since the end of 2012, dropping from 25 scholarships to 15 scholarships per year as a result of the highly-publicized Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse scandal.

Included amongst the penalties was a mandate requiring Penn State’s football program to have no more than 65 scholarship players on the roster by Sept.

08/14/2013 - 10:38
Taylor Skaggs
It’s all starting to make sense. The Steelers have not made the playoffs the past two seasons. Those two years have seen the team part ways with players who were integral to a sustained run of success that resulted in a pair of Super Bowl championships.
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The play of Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has a tremendous impact on every game the team plays. Whatever success the Penguins have in the Stanley Cup Playoffs will depend largely on the opposition’s ability to contain No. 87. But he is not doing it alone.
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A champion won't be crowned in the NHL for nearly two months, but the quest for hockey's holy grail begins now. Sixteen teams are lacing up their skates and preparing for the upcoming hunt for the Stanley Cup. Here are the four favorites.
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The newest crop of rookies will enter the NFL on May 8, when the 2014 NFL Draft gets underway at Radio City Music Hall in New York. The Houston Texans own the first selection, and it's a South Carolina defensive end who sits atop PSR's board.
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The Steelers’ offseason additions and subtractions have given a peek into what may be going on in the team’s South Side War Room as the team prepares for one of the deepest drafts in years. Several players have emerged as potential targets for the Black and Gold in 2014.
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Several local players could be off the board before the second round is completed on May 9. Pitt's Aaron Donald is the top prospect, but Penn State has a pair of players who expect to hear their names called early as well.
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The 2014 NFL Draft is shaping up to be one of the deepest in recent memory. But even in the deepest of drafts, there are studs, duds, snubs and flubs. How is one to know if a draft pick is worth cheering for, or if he should be booed mercilessly?
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