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Welcome Nick Gordon Back to Pittsburgh Sports Now



The staff at Pittsburgh Sports Now grew by one today as we welcome back a familiar name.

Nick Gordon, who was a contributor to our Pitt football coverage last season, will be returning to our team.

Pitt fans know and are familiar with Gordon because of his passion for Pitt football and his familiarity with the players on Pitt’s roster. Nick is as tied in to the Pitt football roster as any media member in Pittsburgh.

Because of his passion and inside, he will be taking on the important task of manning the PSN Die-Hard Message Board, providing it with content matter for fans and dropping in some nuggets and inside info dealing with the Panthers.

One of the perks of being a PSN Die-Hard subscriber is to have access to the message board and to talk Pitt sports with other fans. Having Gordon in charge of this, making sure content is fresh and providing content of his own, will allow us to keep our promise to you.

Considering the lack of Pitt football and basketball talk on Pittsburgh radio, the PSN Message Board is an outlet for fans to discuss current topics or news. We hope you take advantage of this opportunity.

If you aren’t a PSN Die-Hard Member it’s only $3.99 a month or $38 for the year. Aside from the message board, being a Die-Hard member has other benefits like access to exclusive video interviews, “Alan Saunders On The Road” features, Recruiting analysis plus free giveaways to Die-Hard Members.

On Friday, we gave away a Kenny Pickett jersey to Die-Hard member Roger Pflugfelder from New Jersey. We’ll be giving away five more jerseys over the next new months. We’ll also be giving away other things such as Pitt and Duquesne clothing and tomorrow night at 6 PM, we’ll be awarding this Pitt Corn Hole Board to one lucky “PSN Die-Hard” subscriber.

Here’s your chance to sign-up and join our PSN Family:

Subscribe to PSN Die-Hards

Once again, Pitt fans welcome back Nick Gordon to PSN and we look forward to having him back with us.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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