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  • Half Pint John
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    Originally posted by Sgt. Rock View Post
    Thanks my friend I'm not a Steelers fan either, but they had great teams in the 70's and Swann's Superbowl catch against the Cowboys at the end of the video is awesome!
    Just because the two of your are uncultured bores doesn't me I can't like you, or in Bob's case, feel sorry for him.

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  • Sgt. Rock
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    Originally posted by R. Evans View Post
    It won't let me rep you Sarge.

    Good video nonetheless.

    This from a Browns fan.
    Thanks my friend I'm not a Steelers fan either, but they had great teams in the 70's and Swann's Superbowl catch against the Cowboys at the end of the video is awesome!

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  • R. Evans
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    It won't let me rep you Sarge.

    Good video nonetheless.

    This from a Browns fan.

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  • Sgt. Rock
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    Here's a 70's Steelers video in honor of Chuck Noll.

    RIP Chuck Noll.


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  • Checkertail20
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    Originally posted by slick_miester View Post
    Zimm, Gwynn, and now Noll. All of a sudden I'm feeling very old.
    Bob Welch also passed away recently.

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  • D1J1
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    Rest in peace Chuck!

    Thanks for the memories!!!!

    Regards,
    Dennis


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  • slick_miester
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    Zimm, Gwynn, and now Noll. All of a sudden I'm feeling very old.

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  • R. Evans
    started a topic Steelers Coach Chuck Noll

    Steelers Coach Chuck Noll

    4-time Super Bowl winner Chuck Noll passed away on June 13, 2014. While I'm not a Steeler fan, it's wouldn't be right not to acknowledge that the man was a great coach and human being. He'll be missed around the 'Burgh.

    Rocky Bleier on Noll:

    Itís been several years since the last time I saw Chuck Noll. After much planning and prodding, he met with my former Steelers teammate Andy Russell and me for lunch in the Pittsburgh area one day. We considered it somewhat of a coup just getting to spend time with him. Chuck had a bad back and moved with a walker, and he had been relatively reclusive. When he later was diagnosed with Alzheimerís, his wife, Marianne, became very protective of Chuck and his interactions.
    http://mmqb.si.com/2014/06/16/chuck-...urgh-steelers/

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