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Tim Benz: Pittsburgh fans should have easy time with ‘scariest sports story’ challenge

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Fans watch an NFL football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Seattle Seahawks at Heniz Field, with the fountain in Point State Park and the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers in the background, Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, in Pittsburgh.

SB Nation got this Halloween sports-related thread going on Twitter Thursday.

It shouldn’t be hard for Pittsburgh sports fans to figure out this one.

We’ve seen plenty of scary things.

And they are easy to put into six-word thoughts.


Steelers

Big Ben just grabbed his elbow.

Tebow back to pass. Finds Thomas …

Steelers draft offensive lineman Jamain Stephens.

They can’t lose to Jacksonville … twice!

Dan Marino? Ha! We’ve got Malone!

Let’s have Jaylen Samuels throw here.

What’s that New England guy filming?

Boswell, to win it in Oakland

They’ll win in Foxborough this year!

Try throwing it to Barry Foster.

Anthony Smith just guaranteed a victory?

A.B. is really sorry this time.

Humphries goes long! Has Tony Martin

Tomlin is holding the challenge flag.


Penguins

“Two on one. Volek. Shoots. Scores!”

That hit from Steckel looked bad.

C’mon. They’ll score against Boston. Eventually.

Naslund isn’t tough. They need Stojanov.

Penguins complete trade for Derick Brassard.

Sure, Iginla can play left wing.


Pirates

Bream to the plate! He’s safe!”

Pitching for the Cubs, Jake Arietta.

Pitching for the Giants, Madison Bumgarner.

Pitching for the Reds, Jose Rijo.

Pitching for the Braves, Steve Avery.

Opening day center fielder J.B. Shuck.

Aramis Ramirez traded for Bobby Hill.

Gerrit Cole should pitch to contact.

We can’t do worse than Huntington.

Who is Kyle Crick fighting today?

The Pirates have reacquired Sean Rodriguez.

We’re giving Jung Ho another shot.

It appears Chris Archer is available.

Payroll doesn’t necessarily equate to winning.


Pitt

48-14. That’s your final score!

Narduzzi sends Kessman out to kick.

Scottie Reynolds drives to the hoop …

Barry Goheen heaves at the buzzer

Let’s go for the swinging gate!

Introducing new basketball coach Kevin Stallings.


Penn State

Sanders carries on fourth-and-5 …

Nixon declares Texas the National Champion.

Christian Hackenberg will win a title.

Anthony Morelli — “can’t miss” quarterback recruit.


West Virginia

Pat White will eat Pitt alive.

I like our chances against Duke.

Holgorsen and Stewart will be fine.

Rich Rodriguez will coach here forever.

Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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