Pitt legend Craig “IronHead” Heyward is on the list of nominees for the College Football Hall of Fame. I spoke to Steeler captain Cam Heyward about his dad’s posthumous honor. He has some great memories, and you have to hear Keith Jackson’s “Ironhead” pxp call. Get $10 off at Dr. Phone Fix if you mention our podcast today.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly fantasy Sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of Rotowire. Tons of baseball talk. Penguins discussion leads the way for fantasy hockey. Recapping the U.S. Open fantasy golf results. And NBA chaos too!
For the 2019 Pirates....If not now, when?
Don Rebel chats with Elizabeth Forward softball head coach Harry Rutherford plus, he recaps the PIAA state softball championships and puts a bow on the 2019 scholastic softball season.
Local praise of Penguins' acquisition Dominik Kahun seems to be pretty high. Is it deserved? David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune and 670 "The Score" seems to think so.
I like the Penguins trade of Olli Maatta to Chicago for Dominik Kahun. And there's an interesting player comp out there worth examining.
Madden Monday Podcast (6/17)--The Maatta trade, Pirates are stuck, Steelers running backs, actual NBA talk too! 06-16-2019
In this week's Cheerleaders "Madden Monday" podcast, Mark Madden of 105.9 the X joins me to talk about the Olli Maatta trade, the Steelers running backs, Pirates trade possibilities, and actual NBA discussion....IN PITTSBURGH!!
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of Rotowire. Can the struggling Pirates finally get a few people out against the Marlins? A look at the rest of the NL Central. The U.S. Open has fantasy golf players buzzing. And there was a move of note in fantasy football this week too.
Like most folks in Pittsburgh, I was happy St. Louis won the Cup instead of Boston. But one thing a Blues player said after the game ticked me off.
Brian Taylor of Real Golf Radio joins us to preview the U.S. Open. Can Phil Mickelson finally win one? Brooks Koepka's chances of a threepeat. Pebble Beach's layout.
It may not have been a strong year for rookie running backs in the draft. But in Atlanta, Pitt's Qadree Ollison is getting some love from one NFL analyst.
Wednesday Breakfast With Benz Podcast (6/12)--Hockey analyst (and Steelers linebacker) Sutton Smith 06-11-2019
Steelers rookie linebacker Sutton Smith knows hockey, knows the Blues, and knows both sides of the football
I would've loved to see the Steelers make a move on Kyle Rudolph. But his decision to stay in Minnesota is still better than what appeared to be the alternative. And I think we all know what that was.
Tuesday Breakfast With Benz Podcast--Paul Steigerwald on the 35th anniversary of drafting Mario Lemieux 06-11-2019
It's been 35 years since Mario Lemieux was drafted by the Penguins. Paul Steigerwald was there in Montreal when it happened. He remembers the day, the months leading up to the pick, and the mechanism the Penguins had to ready Pittsburgh for how hockey was about to change in the city forever.
I don't think I'm alone on this, but I'm rooting hard for the Warriors tonight. Here's why.
In this week's Cheerleaders "Madden Monday" podcast, Mark Madden and I have some Mario memories. We discuss Pirates problems. And we delve into the state of Steelers.
Don Rebel speaks with Seton LaSalle baseball head coach Mike Wagner plus, he updates the brackets in the PIAA state baseball playoffs.
Don Rebel chats with Avonworth softball head coach Jenna Muncie plus, he breaks down the latest results in the PIAA state softball brackets.
Even if you aren't ready for college basketball in early December, this year's ACC-Big Ten Challenge will be worth watching.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders in the Strip! It's our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of Rotowire. We look at how fantasy owners--and the Phillies themselves--are reacting to Andrew McCutchen's injury. Starling Marte trade talk. The Crag Kimbrel signing. The MLB draft and more.
I think Jets QB Sam Darnold has potential too. But Le'Veon Bell may be overrating one aspect of his game.