Irving, who hasn’t played since breaking his left kneecap in the NBA Finals, is finally fully cleared to practice.
They’ve lost six straight and suffered one of the most gut-wrenching defeats in recent memory Monday night.
The Penguins rallied past Bucknell 55-47 to improve to 6-0.
Candle replaces Matt Campbell, who left Toledo three days ago to take over at Iowa State.
Valley native D.J. Durkin is the new head coach at Maryland after being a defensive coordinator at Michigan last season.
Matt Donlan tied a career-high with 18 points as he led YSU past Robert Morris Wednesday night.
Three Jackson Milton players cracked the Top 3 Teams this year.
Three Valley players cracked the list of All-Ohio First Team players in Division IV highlighted by two quarterbacks.
After a great senior season Zach Hicks was named to the All-Ohio First Team by the AP.
High school basketball is in full swing around the valley.
Pryor tried out with several teams after being released but didn’t secure a roster spot.
The Cavaliers lost for the first time in 10 games this season at Quicken Loans Arena
Nathan Kline scored a team-high 21 points as the Beavers begin their season with a victory.
The Eagles topped Campbell 60-44 Tuesday night.
Gabe Simpson scored a game-high 24 points to lead Warren Harding to a 79-52 win over Boardman Tuesday night.
Tomlin’s remarks were in contrast to what Roethlisberger offered on his weekly radio appearance on 93.7 The Fan.
Mike Pettine still hasn’t decided if he’ll re-insert Johnny Manziel, recently benched for off-field antics.
The Irish duo is joined by Cardinal Mooney’s Andrew Armstrong and Salem’s Max Righetti on the First Team.
Esarco racked up 81 tackles with two sacks, one interception, and a forced fumble for the Cardinals during the regular season.
These are the top high school football players for 2015.