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From Waynesburg to the draft

By Joe Smeltzer With the 97th pick in the 2021 MLB Draft, the Oakland A’s selected Mason Miller of North Carolina’s Gardner-Webb Bulldogs.For Bay Area residents who have seen some of what the A’s third-round pick can do, the clips they’ve seen likely feature Miller pitching for the Bulldogs, either against a Big South Conference school or in a non-conference

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Steelers Postgame Commentary: Week 15 vs Bengals

By COMON Network Team Final Score – Cincinnati Bengals (3-10-1) 27 def. Pittsburgh Steelers (11-3) 17 What was supposed to be a return to winning and a division championship coronation turned into a nightmare.   The Steelers fell behind early and never recovered, and the aforementioned championship will have to hold. Maybe ‘till next week. Maybe ‘till next year or longer.    Cincinnati

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Meeting With the Big Bad Chiefs Becoming Less and Less Likely

By Joe Smeltzer I don’t know when it started. But at some point, every Steelers fan from here to Prague decided that whatever happened in 2020 would lead into a heavyweight clash with the Kansas City Chiefs. Fans, even of the same team, disagree on many things. One thing everybody in this city has in common is a minor obsession

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Five Biggest Steelers Thanksgiving Moments

By Donny Chedrick Steelers. Ravens. Thanksgiving. Prime time. Heinz Field. What could have been. Now we wait until Sunday at 1:15. However, I wrote this before the game got postponed so we are going to reminisce anyway. As the 10-0 Pittsburgh Steelers await the arrival of their division rival, we take a look back on a niche of Steelers’ history.

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Reflecting on James Franklin’s most famous press conference

James Franklin isn’t going anywhere, ok? Though I am sure a portion of Happy Valley wants Franklin and everybody else fired— maybe tarred and feathered— after Saturday’s abomination against Maryland. In a normal year, his seat might be getting toasty at best. But the chances of Penn State paying Franklin’s $38.4 million buyout are about as good as me sleeping

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