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Offseason could fuel Steelers' fire

September 12, 2010 In its best years, team has responded well to adversity Never in the history of the Pittsburgh Steelers has there been a more tumultuous offseason than in 201. more »»

Public-private issue ‘crybaby central’

August 29, 2010 There was a story in the Marion (Ohio) Star recently, indicating that the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA, the PIAA’s Ohio counterpart) is looking at separating the public and private... more »»

Getting in the mood for football

August 15, 2010 T here is a feeling among some of our citizens that football is becoming too serious a business. On one level, perhaps. But on another level, maybe no. more »»

Greenberg, Ryan win control of Rangers

August 5, 2010 (Editor's note: Chuck Greenberg owned the Altoona Curve from 2002-2008). By ANGELA K. more »»

Steinbrenner’s impact undeniable

July 18, 2010 As a youngster, I looked forward to Yankee Stadium visits, and while working in Manhattan years later, I used to head to the Bronx to see an occasional game. more »»

Penn State taking wrong STEP

July 11, 2010 I read Cory Giger’s article (June 20) regarding Graham Spanier and the new STEP program at Penn State. Like many fans, I am a season-ticket holder who will be adversely affected by these new changes. more »»

Celebrating July 4 tradition

July 4, 2010 The Browns have two family reunions today. more »»

A special day to remember Dad

June 20, 2010 Today is Father’s Day. It’s a chance to tell your favorite guy thanks for all he’s been and done for you over the year. more »»

ND needs to stand independently

June 13, 2010 Choose independence, Irish. more »»

The fragile state of competition

May 30, 2010 Tennis is a sport that requires an exponential amount of mental toughness. more »»

No charges filed against Roethlisberger

April 12, 2010 By Kate Brumback The Associated Press MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. more »»

NCAA showing its Madness

April 11, 2010 If you’re a sports fan, think about the past year. Think of the most exciting sporting event that took place over more than one day. I’ll wait. Done? Good. more »»

Woods to return for Masters

March 16, 2010 By Doug Ferguson The Associated Press PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Tiger Woods will return to golf at the Masters next month. more »»

NFL Hall of Famer Merlin Olsen dies

March 11, 2010 By Doug Alden The Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY — Pro Football Hall of Famer and former television actor Merlin Olsen has died. He was 69. more »»

Weather causes high school tournament postponements

February 26, 2010 Because of the winter storm, all of today's District 6 basketball playoff games have been postponed, district basketball chairman T.J. Kakabar announced this morning. more »»

Eager to begin the ‘Chase’

February 14, 2010 Look for Kasey Kahne to get out of blocks at Daytona The 2010 NASCAR season gets the green flag today with the 52nd running of “The Great American Race,” the Daytona 500. more »»

Storm causes more HS sports postponements, cancellations

February 10, 2010 For the third time in less than a week, a winter storm has virtually wiped out the area scholastic sports schedule. more »»

Big game may be ‘super’ letdown

February 7, 2010 We have been spoiled as residents of Steelers Country, celebrating more Super Bowl victories than any other football fans on the planet. more »»

Even Dr. Lou can’t cure college football

January 17, 2010 On Saturday mornings throughout the fall, ESPN occasionally runs a little segment called “Dr. Lou. more »»

Football, academics don’t mix

January 2, 2010 If they did, top teams would be in Ivy League. more »»

 
 
 

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