Matt and Steve are talking about this week in sports updates, including:
Matt and Steve run down the week's WPIAL games.
The Riverhounds are holding open tryouts for players with prior collegiate/professional experience.
Penguins' Jim Rutherford gets a 3-year extension.
The Penguins make a non-deadline trade of Carl Hagelin to the LA Kings for Tanner Pearson.
Crosby is being evaluated for an upper body injury, and is out for about a week.
Brassard is still out with a lower body injury.
Hornqvist is most upset about losing his best friend, but the whole team was able to say goodbye to Hagelin.
Pitt Mens Basketball is 3-0 with Central AR coming to town.
Jeff Capel praises Xavier Johnson as an emerging floor general as a freshman G, averaging 15 pt, 8.3 asst, 5.3 RB, and 1.3 steals.
Johnson had his first double double against Troy, and is a 3-star prospect from the DC area who believes that playing in a tough HS conference has helped him prepare for college.
Zion Williamson - the Duke freshman that is just lighting up the score board.
In NCAA Football news, Pitt travels to Wake Forest to take on the Deacons after a convincing win over VT.
Pitt leads the Coastal Conference and is Bowl-eligible.
WVU had a big win over TCU and heads to Oklahoma State.
WVU is tied in the big 12 with Oklahoma.
PSU scored a rebound win over Wisconsin and heads to NJ to take on Rutgers.
Notre Dame had a big win over Florida State and a big test in Yankee Stadium against the Orangemen of Syracuse.
The Steelers had a huge win over the Panthers of Carolina.
Big Ben had his 4th perfect game and is top on that list.
Ben had 5 TD to 5 different receivers, with 328 yards and 0 INT.
Vince Williams had a game with an INT for a TD and a sack with 3 tackles on the D.
The guys head to Jacksonville who has been a thorn in the side since the 1995 inception in the league with the Jags' 14-11 all-time record.
Jaylen Ramsey is trying to get a verbal fight going that no one on the team is taking to.
Ben said he will keep quiet but won't hesitate to challenge him at game time.
Hue Jackson is now Defensive Coordinater in Cincinnati.
The Monday Night game was better than expected.
Time changes for the Steelers in December.
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