The Pittsburgh Steelers visit the Chicago Bears Sunday. Kick-off is 1pm. Hear the game on WISR 680am beginning at noon.
The NFL Thursday Night Football game last night was the highest scoring Thursday night game in history. The Los Angeles Rams defeated the San Francisco 49ers 41-39. That scored topped a 2014 game that saw the San Diego Chargers beat the 49ers 38-35. The 49ers missed a two-point conversion late in the game that would have tied the game. They even recovered an on-side kick to extend the excitement, before the Rams stopped them on a fourth down play to end the game. Rams running back Todd Gurley rushed for 113 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught a touchdown pass.
College Football Saturday:
–Penn State is on the road for the first time this season when they visit Iowa. Kick-off is 7:30pm. Pre-game begins at 6pm on WBUT 1050am
–Pitt is visiting Georgia Tech.
–#21 Slippery Rock is on the road to open PSAC-West play at Gannon. Kick-off is noon. Pre-game begins with the Shawn Lutz Show at 11:30am on The Rock Station 97.7fm and at 977rocks.com
–IUP hosting Edinboro at noon.
–Clarion is hosting Mercyhurst at 1pm
–Westminster will host Bethany at 1pm
High School Football Friday:
–Butler will host North Allegheny for a 7:30pm kick-off. Hear the game with Ron Willison and Craig Lucas beginning at 7:15pm on WBUT 1050am and at wbut.com
–Knoch will host South Fayette for a 7pm kick-off. Scott Briggs and Dave Bacon bring you the action on WISR 680am and at wisr680.com beginning at 6:30pm.
Seneca Valley will travel to Central Catholic for a 7:30pm kick-off.
–Mars will host Highlands
–Freeport is home to Shady Side Academy
–North Catholic at New Brighton
–Karns City will host Punxsutawney
–Moniteau is hosting Keystone
–Slippery Rock is host to Sharon
–Grove City will host Oil City
–Union/AC Valley will host St. Mary’s