By Dejan Kovacevic | Trib Total Media
Morning, Lunatics …
>> The TribLIVE Radio show today — 2-3 p.m. — will feature special guest Steve Pederson, Pitt’s AD, on the week of the Notre Dame game and basketball opening up. He’ll be right at the top of the show.
After that, I’ll present to listeners a question: How would you change the Steelers?
All through Mike Tomlin’s press conference yesterday, we heard how nothing will change. And then afterward, the general sentiment seemed to be that nothing can change. Well, I want to hear from you: What about personnel moves? Or strategy? Or approach? Or attitude? Or preparedness? Or effort?
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Hope you can tune in and participate!
>> Columnist Joe Starkey revisits the insanity of playing Ben Roethlisberger near the end.
Tomlin sticks by Dick LeBeau, status quo, by Alan Robinson.
Here’s our full Steelers coverage.
Here’s Bills news from the Buffalo News.
Here are official game highlights from NFL.com.
And on TribLIVE Radio, Ike Taylor took to his own show to describe his concussion …
Here’s our full Penguins coverage advancing tonight’s game at the Garden.
Here’s Rangers news from the New York Post.
Here are official game highlights from NHL.com.
>> On Notre Dame week, Tony Dorsett recalls his 303-yard brilliance against the Irish, by Jerry DiPaola.
>> Jamie Dixon lands a quality point guard recruit, by Kevin Gorman.
>> On the women’s side, Suzie McConnell Serio starts from scratch, by Karen Price.
>> Allen Robinson’s doing it all for Penn State, by Chris Adamski.
>> A.J. Burnett still might retire, his agent tells Rob Biertempfel.
>> The Riverhounds already re-signed league MVP Jose Angulo. Yesterday, they added an MVP finalist, slick midfielder Joseph Ngwenya, in yet another move that illustrates how serious these guys are about going to the next level. Matt Grubba broke the story.
>> Hope to hear from you on the air today!