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Column | Shocked but not horrified at the Academy’s nominations

Column | Shocked but not horrified at the Academy’s nominations

By Delilah Bourque, Culture Editor

January 16, 2020

This is another in a long line of horror movies getting completely ignored by one of the most prestigious awarding bodies in the world.

Hope, expectations and the dilemma of Pitt football

Hope, expectations and the dilemma of Pitt football

By Trent Leonard, Sports Editor

January 6, 2020

Despite finishing the season with Pat Narduzzi’s first bowl win, Pitt football still finished as it has nearly every season for the past 30 years — unranked and with five or more losses. Should we expect more?

Column: Pitt’s best player is … Justin Champagnie?

Column: Pitt’s best player is … Justin Champagnie?

By Kyle Saxon, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

Justin Champagnie has done more than just contribute as a newcomer — he has perhaps become the Panthers’ best player.

Waiver Wire Weekly: As injury bug exits, playoff push enters

Waiver Wire Weekly: As injury bug exits, playoff push enters

By Adin Link, Staff Writer

November 13, 2019

Ten weeks have come and gone in the fantasy season and with so few matchups left in the fantasy season, every move from here on out is crucial.

Column: Riverhounds could benefit from relegation

Column: Riverhounds could benefit from relegation

By Dominic Campbell, Senior Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

No matter how far Pittsburgh’s red-hot Riverhounds advance in the USLC playoffs, they won't have the chance for upward mobility in America's soccer pyramid. This should change.

Column: LeBron is all for activism — until it’s an inconvenience

Column: LeBron is all for activism — until it’s an inconvenience

By Trent Leonard, Sports Editor

October 16, 2019

LeBron James recently addressed Daryl Morey’s comments and the ensuing fallout from China, resulting in a stunning display of tone-deafness from an individual typically known for adept social commentary.

Column: State-by-state pay-to-play bills are only a start

Column: State-by-state pay-to-play bills are only a start

By Dominic Campbell, Senior Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

The state-by-state approach to passing pay-to-play bills could lead to discrepancies in athlete pay and recruiting disadvantages within those states that don’t catch up in time.

Waiver Wire Weekly: Surviving the Week 6 byes

Waiver Wire Weekly: Surviving the Week 6 byes

By Adin Link, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

With the Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts all on bye weeks, make sure to grab one of these players to fill the void.

Agree to disagree: Pitt football overreactions

Agree to disagree: Pitt football overreactions

By Sam Krimins and Sean Tierney, For the Pitt News

September 5, 2019

Should Kenny Pickett be benched? Should Pat Narduzzi be fired? We address these and more Pitt football overreactions in this column.

Take 5: Colts, Contracts and Corruption

Take 5: Colts, Contracts and Corruption

By The Pitt News Staff

August 28, 2019

With football season just around the corner, The Pitt News sports staff tackles everything from Andrew Luck’s retirement to the NCAA’s questionable transfer rules.

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