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The crew discusses Browns fans going from normalizing Deshaun Watson to celebrating him with jerseys, tailgates, and more. Then, more NFL topics including Stugotz's Jets coming back to win. Plus, Chris Cote learned an amazing fact about Franco Harris, and we predict a storm brewing within the College Gameday chemistry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chris and Billy are still hyped about the Dolphins win as we dive into other topics around the NFL including Jared Goff and Dan Campbell's Lions, Joe Flacco's winning ways, and Matt Ryan. Then, world renowned ethicist Mike Schur joins us for his Stat of the Day and our new Franco Harris game. Plus, Mike Ryan is truly living his best life while “rockin' the shield" as a NFL fan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
G. Stryker goes over the Pittsburgh Steelers prowess in the past 3 drafts to form this roster. Then picks who he thinks the next number is that should be retired while talking about Franco Harris being the 3rd number to gain that honor. The Steeler Nation Podcast is a 15-30 minute show and takes questions directly from Steeler Nation's Football Forum. Follow this link for free if you want to be part of our community and ask questions. Who is making the final 2022 roster? Find out on the cast! Follow @SNStryker on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. Go to MyBookie.ag right now to start your online betting profile and use the promo code: STEELERNATION to double your deposit up to $1,000! Upgrade your ball handling with Manscaped.com and get 20% off & Free Shipping with promo code: STEELERNATION. Manscaped, for turning your player into an MVP! WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our Steeler Nation YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/VuKN8Lh4Ygc Check out our sponsors: Total Sports Enterprises is the spot to go for all of your autographed Steelers memorabilia. Follow them on Twitter @TotalSportsEnt and Instagram @TotalSportsEnterprises for a chance to win a new autographed item each week! #SteelerNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Best of In the Locker Room, week of September 5th - Craig Wolfley and Max Starks share appreciation and their favorite memories of Steelers legend Franco Harris, as it was announced Franco's number 32 will be retired this season as part of the Immaculate Reception 50th Anniversary celebrations in December.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's game week! Hear from TJ Watt and Mike Tomlin as they get ready for the Cincinnati Bengals. We also learned this week that Franco Harris's number 32 would be retired by the Steelers as part of the Immaculate Reception 50th anniversary celebration in December.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Bleav in Steelers” hosts Ike Taylor and Mark Bergin discuss how quarterback Mitch Trubisky will start for the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The guys share their thoughts on how the quarterback battle played out between Trubisky, rookie Kenny Pickett and Mason Rudolph. Other topics include other observations from the Steelers' depth chart, the team naming its captains, the Steelers deciding to retire Franco Harris' No. 32 jersey and keys to the Week 1 matchup against the Bengals. The guys also briefly discuss Le'Veon Bell's upcoming boxing match against Adrian Peterson. Follow Ike Taylor on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Follow Mark Bergin on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube Intro Music: Louie Kaczmarek Ike Taylor Swaggin U' T-shirts: Tap here Taylor Talkin' T-shirts: Tap here
Why would Art Rooney II designate Franco Harris, of all people, to have his number retired? Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Max and Wolf open the locker room discussing the announcement that Franco Harris will have his number retired as part of the Immaculate Reception 50th anniversary celebration in December. They also get into some comments made by Mike Tomlin at his press conference yesterday.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Starting with the retirement of Serena Williams and closing with that of Sue Bird, this week's show also features Rafael Nadal's quick exit, the CFP expansion, and the Donovan Mitchell deal. Chris breaks down Franco Harris becoming the first Steelers offensive player to have his number retired, as well as how underrated Emmanuel Sanders was. He discusses multiple NFL & MLB injuries, how the Bills have helped Dawson Knox cope, and multiple NHL transactions, such as the Stars' bargain for Jake Oettinger. This episode also marks the debut of our permanent sign-off line.
Rode a sua Terrible Towel, torcedor do Steelers! Está no ar o Black Yellow Br Podcast de número 285! Neste episódio, Germano e Léo trazem as últimas notícias do Steelers, com Depth Chart pra semana 1, Franco Harris homenageado e um Kyle Brandt acreditando no time! COMENTADO NO EPISÓDIO Steelers libera o Depth Chart antes da semana 1 com erros - Behind The Steel Curtain Trubisky QB1, Pickett QB2, Rudolph QB3 Franco Harris terá sua camisa 32 aposentada - The Playoffs Kyle Brandt (Good Morning Football) aponta o Steelers como um time de playoffs - Steelers Depot Good Morning Football com Pickett e Pickens candidatos a calouro ofensivo do ano - Steelers Depot Siga o Black Yellow Br no Twitter: @blackyellowbrSiga o Black Yellow Br no Instagram: @blackyellowbrCanal no Telegram: http://t.me/blackyellowbrSe inscreva na Twitch para acompanhar ao vivo: twitch.tv/blackyellowbr Assine o Feed do Black Yellow Br para não perder nenhum episódio! https://fumblenanet.com.br/feed/blackyellowbr
Merril Hoge ended up taking the locker of Franco Harris as a rookie with the Steelers, Mr. Wednesday has a white knuckle road rage experience, Craig Shoemaker has stories for ages, and Mark Madden doesn't buy the clerical error story regarding Mason Rudolph's depth chart debacle.
September 7, 2022 - Season 13, Episode 18 of The Terrible Podcast is now in the can. In this Wednesday show, Alex Kozora and I get right to talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers' Week 1 depth chart and especially the order of quarterbacks. We discuss the clerical error that took place between Monday and Tuesday afternoon that sent a lot of fans of the Steelers into a frenzy.Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin held his first Tuesday press conference of the 2022 regular season, so Alex and I go through the notable things said by him. We also discuss the Tuesday news that centered around Hall of Fame running back Franco Harris having his No. 32 retired by the Steelers.The Steelers recently restructure the contract of outside linebacker T.J. Watt, so we go over that expected transaction as well as a few others and their financial impact on the team's salary cap situation. I also provide a cap update on where the team now sits entering the 2022 regular season.The Steelers made a practice squad move on Wednesday, so Alex and I squeeze that news in. We also talk a little bit about our 2022 expectations for the Steelers prior to giving our predictions on Friday.We mix in other Steelers talk throughout this episode that is not noted in this recap post.Alex and I close this show out by hitting the e-mail machine for a few listener questions as part of closing out this Wednesday episode.
G. Stryker goes over the Pittsburgh Steelers depth chart, practice squad, how the rookies fared, and is excited to see Franco Harris' #32 jersey retired! We also discuss the current weaknesses on the team, and the new team captains. Go to MyBookie.ag right now to start your online betting profile and use the promo code: STEELERNATION to double your deposit up to $1,000! This vidcast is a 60-minute show and takes questions live from Facebook and YouTube Steelers fans. Follow @SNStryker on Twitter, IG, and TikTok. WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our Steeler Nation YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/a_Xdwtjqa8s Check out our sponsors: Total Sports Enterprises is the spot to go for all of your autographed Steelers memorabilia. Follow them on Twitter @TotalSportsEnt and Instagram @TotalSportsEnterprises for a chance to win a new autographed item each week! #SteelerNation Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Arthur and Deke react to the Steelers releasing their official depth chart heading into week 1! The guys then react to Mr. Rooney's special announcement along with discussing the Steelers team captains for the 2022 season!
Hour 1: Boomer & Gio open the show talking about the Mets ‘puke worthy' performance against the Pirates last night. Boomer also brought up the US Open and Nick Kyrgios and somehow managed to mention Ukraine before 6:08am. The Mets are ticking him off right now. C-Lo is here for his first update of the day but first Boomer has a problem with the shorts he is wearing today. The Mets lost to the lowly Pirates. Taijuan Walker left early with a blister. Boomer says the Mets need an enema. Starling Marte was hit on the hand with a pitch. The Mets & Braves are now tied for the NL East lead. The Yankees were rained out. Rizzo is on the IL because of an epidural. Randy Levine was on a podcast and talked about the Aaron Judge contract. In the final segment of the hour, Boomer talked about the Netflix business model and how it doesn't work anymore. Hour 2: The 7am hour begins with talk of Aaron Judge's upcoming free agency. Randy Levine was on a podcast and said it's a two way street. He also needs to want to be a Yankee. C-Lo returns for an update and starts with the Mets losing to the Pirates. Pete Alonso bounced into a few double plays. Gio plays a clip of Sal Licata from June 1st where he said the Braves couldn't compete with the Mets this year. Randy Levine was on a podcast talking about the upcoming Aaron Judge contract. Mitch Trubisky was officially named the starter in Pittsburgh. LSU Coach Brian Kelly held a press conference with late media members. In the final segment of the hour, the Steelers are retiring Franco Harris' #32 this season. This will only be the Steelers 3rd jersey retirement. Hour 3: The 8am hour begins with talk of the Braves catching the Mets. They are officially tied atop the NL East. The Mets are ticking Boomer off. C-Lo returns and talks about where he sleeps in the office. The Pirates beat the Mets as Cruz crushed a HR. Boomer says the Mets fans in Pittsburgh look unhealthy. The Yankees & Twins were rained out so there's a doubleheader today with German and Cole. Pat Beverley seems to be happy to play with Russel Westbrook but says Lebron is playing with him, not the other way around. Tom Brady did his podcast with Jim Gray and talked about the upcoming season. In the final segment of the hour, C-Lo was pooping during the break and Dan in Carteret calls in about the upcoming Blue Point Remote. Hour 4: The 9am hour starts with the Mets and Braves now being tied and the Mets having a doubleheader today vs the Pirates. We also talked about the social media phenomenon, the Carton Dummy. The NFL starts tomorrow night with Thursday Night Football and we talked about some of the storylines for Week 1. The Arizona Cardinals will be on the in season version of Hard Knocks. C-Lo returns for an update and talks about having to poop at work this morning. The Mets & Braves are now tied for first in the NL East. Randy Levine was on a podcast and talked about the upcoming Aaron Judge free agency. Mike McDaniel will face Bill Belichick in week 1. Jerry Jones was on our station in Dallas and did some weird math. Ed Orgeron does a Ray Charles joke. We also have behind the scenes audio of Boomer trying to record a commercial with Anthony Gallo. In the final segment of the show, we have breaking news that Max Scherzer is headed to the IL. And Boomer has another video to shoot with the WFAN Digital Team after the show.
Why would Art Rooney II designate Franco Harris, of all people, to have his number retired? Hear award-winning columnist Dejan Kovacevic's Daily Shots of Steelers, Penguins and Pirates -- three separate podcasts -- every weekday morning on the DK Pittsburgh Sports podcasting network, available on all platforms: https://linktr.ee/dkpghsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 2: The 7am hour begins with talk of Aaron Judge's upcoming free agency. Randy Levine was on a podcast and said it's a two way street. He also needs to want to be a Yankee. C-Lo returns for an update and starts with the Mets losing to the Pirates. Pete Alonso bounced into a few double plays. Gio plays a clip of Sal Licata from June 1st where he said the Braves couldn't compete with the Mets this year. Randy Levine was on a podcast talking about the upcoming Aaron Judge contract. Mitch Trubisky was officially named the starter in Pittsburgh. LSU Coach Brian Kelly held a press conference with late media members. In the final segment of the hour, the Steelers are retiring Franco Harris' #32 this season. This will only be the Steelers 3rd jersey retirement.
Big Ben talks about Tyler Lockett saying that Seahawks fans should cheer Russell Wilson in Week 1, the Steelers deciding to retire Franco Harris' jersey number, Maller to the Third Degree, Password: Word Game of the Stars, and more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jason and Mike react to the 50th anniversary of the immaculate reception leading to the retirement of Franco Harris jersey, spending crazy money on tuition for a degree isn't the same as it use to be, and some quarterback controversy happening in Pittsburg! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ben Maller talks about the Pittsburgh Steelers deciding to retire Franco Harris' No. 32 jersey in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Immaculate Reception, Maller to the Third Degree, and more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stan Savran gives a brief reflection and opinion on the career of Hall of Fame Steelers running back Franco Harris as it was announced that his number will be retired, forever cemented in Steelers history. Stan had the opportunity to sit down with Franco and get his thoughts on what this means to him as he looks back to reflect on his career.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Por fin empieza esto. Este domingo los Steelers empiezan la temporada 22/23 contra Bengals en Cincinnati. Hablamos de todo ello, del nombramiento de los titulares en defensa y ataque, y del retiro del número de Franco Harris. Here we go!
Matt and Dale reflect on the career of Franco Harris after it was announced earlier today that the team will officially retire his #32, and the guys discuss the final depth chart released by the Steelers ahead of the regular season opener.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Copy and Paste. Ctrl C + Ctrl V. Apologies for any clerical errors in here. Mike Tomlin said that was what happened to the Steelers week one depth chart when Kenny Pickett was listed as the third string QB behind Mitch Trubisky and Mason Rudolph. Pickett is in fact the backup. The guys had their fun with that. So now that it's settled, what does it mean for Sunday? How much of a leash does Trubisky have as the starter and a captain? A lot of blame was thrown on the Bears for Trubisky's struggles in Chicago – are we sure Matt Canada can fix that? Poni thinks Tomlin is looking ahead to when Pickett could start. KDKA TV's Bob Pompeani joined the show. Bob had his hands full earlier today with the Steelers' technical difficulties during the Mike Tomlin press conference. Bob explained what happened with the Steelers coverage of the press conference today. He believes the depth chart incident was a “clerical error,” as Tomlin said. Bob said he was in the dark on the Franco Harris jersey retirement announcement until it happened. Bob predicts the Steelers to finish 9-8 because of the offensive line concerns. A bonus Pomp prediction – Buffalo and Philadelphia meet in the Super Bowl.
KDKA TV's Bob Pompeani joined the show. Bob had his hands full earlier today with the Steelers' technical difficulties during the Mike Tomlin press conference. Bob explained what happened with the Steelers coverage of the press conference today. He believes the depth chart incident was a “clerical error,” as Tomlin said. Bob said he was in the dark on the Franco Harris jersey retirement announcement until it happened. Bob predicts the Steelers to finish 9-8 because of the offensive line concerns. A bonus Pomp prediction – Buffalo and Philadelphia meet in the Super Bowl.
The BIG Steelers announcement from today: Franco Harris will have his number retired by the franchise during the Christmas Eve matchup with the Raiders this year for the 50th anniversary of the Immaculate Reception. This will only be the third jersey retired by the Steelers, following Ernie Stautner and Joe Greene. Does this open the door for more legendary players to have their numbers retired by the team, since there are more qualified players than Franco to not have the honor? The guys think Franco's involvement with the team over the years was a big deciding factor. Steelers insider Ray Fittipaldo from the Post-Gazette joined the show. Ray believes the clerical error that resulted in listing Kenny Pickett as the third QB in yesterday's release. Ray is happy the switch was made because he feels Pickett should be the team's backup on Sunday. Ray said Devin Bush being a starter doesn't mean that he's safe to keep that spot and Robert Spillane is right behind him awaiting his chance. He got into who may have play calling duties for the defense on Sunday. Ray commented on Mason Rudolph and where he might be mentally after being thrown around the ringer again. The guys asked Ray about the team captains and he shared that Mitch Trubisky being a captain is normal – Mike Tomlin has only twice not named the starting QB the captain. Ray predicts the Steelers to finish 8-9 and also referenced offensive line trouble.
93.7 The Fan Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined the show. Jeff talked about the snafu at the Mike Tomlin press conference today, but he was there in person to hear it all. Poni gave Jeff his conspiracy theory that Tomlin put a faulty depth chart out on purpose. The guys asked Jeff about the Franco Harris jersey retirement and why he stands out over some of the other legends from the 70's. Jeff answered the question regarding Kevin Dotson and why it seems like the Steelers don't like him. Jeff posed a question back to the guys – can the Steelers corners hang with the Bengals WR?
The guys analyze the Mike Tomlin press conference ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Bengals. 93.7 The Fan Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined the show. Jeff talked about the snafu at the Mike Tomlin press conference today, but he was there in person to hear it all. Poni gave Jeff his conspiracy theory that Tomlin put a faulty depth chart out on purpose. The guys asked Jeff about the Franco Harris jersey retirement and why he stands out over some of the other legends from the 70's. Jeff answered the question regarding Kevin Dotson and why it seems like the Steelers don't like him. Jeff posed a question back to the guys – can the Steelers corners hang with the Bengals WR?
Welcome to the Instant Trivia podcast episode 534, where we ask the best trivia on the Internet. Round 1. Category: Money Slang 1: The shell of this mollusk is composed chiefly of calcium carbonate. a clam. 2: Cheap way off a rodeo bronco. Buck. 3: Proverbially, you can "break" this food, or "take (it) out of someone's mouth"; earn some dough. bread. 4: Bank notes that sing before fa-so-la. Do-re-mi. 5: When speaking of Messrs. Netanyahu or Britten, it's all about the first name, pluralized. the Benjamins. Round 2. Category: The Gridiron 1: [Hi, I'm Franco Harris, Hall of Fame running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers] In the 1972 playoff game against the Oakland Raiders, I caught a miraculous, game-winning pass that's been nicknamed this. "The Immaculate Reception". 2: [Hi, I'm Dick Butkus, Hall of Fame linebacker of the Chicago Bears] Before moving to Soldier Field in 1971, the Bears played its home games for 50 seasons in this Cubs park. Wrigley Field. 3: [Hi, I'm Champ Bailey, college football's top defensive player of 1998] The award for top defensive player in college football is named for Bronislaw Nagurski, whose nickname was this. Bronco. 4: [Hi, I'm Raghib Ismail of the Dallas Cowboys] While at this school, I was named MVP of the Orange Bowl on the first day of the '90s. Notre Dame. 5: [Hi, I'm Shannon Sharpe of the Denver Broncos] In 1995 this Cowboys running back tied Jim Brown's record by scoring his 100th career TD in his 93rd NFL game. Emmitt Smith. Round 3. Category: Lunar Locales 1: The Mare Frigoris is the Sea of this. Cold. 2: The Palus Somnii is the Marsh of Sleep and the Lacus Somnorium is the Lake of these. Dreams. 3: Not on my list of vacation spots is the Lacus Mortis, the Lake of this. Death. 4: The Sinus Iridum is the Bay of these, so start searching for those pots of gold. Rainbows. 5: The Mare Australe is the Southern Sea and the Mare Orientale is this. the Eastern Sea. Round 4. Category: Cry "Uncle" 1: In his famous recruitment poster, James Montgomery Flagg modeled this figure on himself. Uncle Sam. 2: After Little Eva's death, he's sold to Simon Legree. Uncle Tom. 3: John Candy gets the third degree from his nephew, played by Macaulay Culkin, in this 1989 film. "Uncle Buck". 4: It was Jackie Coogan's character on "The Addams Family". Uncle Fester. 5: In a Chekhov play, this title character runs the estate of his brother-in-law, a pompous professor. Uncle Vanya. Round 5. Category: The Lou 1: He partnered with straight man Joe Lyons before he teamed with Bud Abbott. Lou Costello. 2: The Cleveland Browns' Lou Groza was nicknamed "The Toe" for his accuracy at this. Kicking field goals. 3: She's teamed up with Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton on 2 albums. Emmy Lou Harris. 4: With 14, he shares the record for most stolen bases in the World Series. Lou Brock. 5: In 1929 she became First Lady. Lou Henry Hoover. Thanks for listening! Come back tomorrow for more exciting trivia!
Rob "Stats" Guerrera and RJ Ochoa share behind the scenes stories from their years in the sports media business, including interviews, radio row, and more! Hear stories involving Pat McAfee, Eli Manning, Tim Tebow, Franco Harris, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this very special episode of Papicock Podcast (Recorded May 30, 2022), Victor Pacheco sits down to talk to the hilarious comedian FRANCO HARRIS. In this episode, the guys talk about Spinach & Cheese Empanadas, authentic Latino restaurants, best way to find the best donut shops, the story of Victor and Franco meeting, confidence vs arrogance, Stand-Up Pre-YouTube, opportunities we have as comedians, hanging out with Dave Grohl and The Foo Fights in Las Vegas, Comedians job: DO YOUR TIME, the process of comedians being picked, having immigrant parents and their attitudes about stand-up, running shows, and Victor reveals his plan to get closer to his dream while living in Los Angeles. We generally had a great time talking and catching up after a long time of not seeing one another. Follow Franco Harris on all social media and be on the lookout for his FRESH AF COMEDY TOUR!!!http://www.instagram.com/itsfrancoharris
Aloha from Hawaii (Part 2) features Pro Football Hall of Famer Franco Harris & 5x Pro Bowler Bart Oates sharing their memories of Pro Bowl Hawaii.Powered by Prince Waikiki, KoHana Rum & Eleve HealthSupport the show
Hall of Fame Steelers running back Franco Harris joined the show. Franco reflected on what it was like to announce Kenny Pickett's name Thursday night at the NFL Draft. He was overly excited because he didn't expect the Steelers to have a chance at picking him. He said he's watched some of Kenny's games and “he's a player.” Franco gave his expectations for Pickett going into the season. He said it's a tough adjustment to the NFL, but Kenny provides a lot of promise for the city and organization. The guys asked Franco what he thinks of the new Harris in town – Najee Harris – and how impressed he was by his rookie season. Franco plead the fifth when asked if he was more excited about announcing Kenny Pickett (Pitt) or Pat Freiermuth (Penn State) last year. Franco is fired up over the combination.
Pitt football has lost the best wide receiver in the country as Jordan Addison has entered the transfer portal. The guys debated who is most at fault here and if there's any foul play between Pitt, USC and Addison. Hall of Fame Steelers running back Franco Harris joined the show. Franco reflected on what it was like to announce Kenny Pickett's name Thursday night at the NFL Draft. He was overly excited because he didn't expect the Steelers to have a chance at picking him. He said he's watched some of Kenny's games and “he's a player.” Franco gave his expectations for Pickett going into the season. He said it's a tough adjustment to the NFL, but Kenny provides a lot of promise for the city and organization. The guys asked Franco what he thinks of the new Harris in town – Najee Harris – and how impressed he was by his rookie season. Franco plead the fifth when asked if he was more excited about announcing Kenny Pickett (Pitt) or Pat Freiermuth (Penn State) last year. Franco is fired up over the combination.
In this episode, we talk with Gair Maxwell an author, keynote speaker, podcaster, and brand strategist. Gair is considered a global authority on creating iconic, "larger-than-life" brands that attract legions of customers and top talent without having to use "pushy" marketing tactics. THOUGHT #1Find Your Authentic Swing THOUGHT #2Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. 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Endlessly curious about the origin of legends and myths, he is considered a global authority on the creation of iconic, “larger-than-life” brands that attract legions of customers and top talent – without having to use “pushy” marketing tactics. Some organizations he has worked with have achieved 15-30X financial growth while becoming a much coveted and highly desirable “Category of One”. His fascination with “legends” likely dates back to the age of 11, watching the “Immaculate Reception”, December 23, 1972, as Franco Harris galloped into NFL history. Today, that curiosity extends to dissecting how the world's top brands become - simply irresistible. Everything from Apple & AC/DC to Lulu Lemon and Led Zeppelin. Specifically, his research focuses on small, but mighty giants that exert the same magnetic, pulling power similar to what NIKE does with shoes and Harley Davidson with motorcycles. These “Big Little Legends” include historic Café Du Monde in New Orleans; world famous, Pike Place Fish Market in Seattle and Webers on Highway 11 in Northern Ontario. Gair's riveting keynote presentations and hands-on workshops are packed with real-life stories supported by decades of in-the-trenches business experience. Described as a “shock stick of energy”, Gair delivers electrifying, uplifting presentations – both live and virtual - that inspire everyday people to stand apart from the crowd, unleash their inner greatness and build an enduring legacy. He has worked with some of the world's most dynamic organizations, including the Apple Specialist Marketing Group, Caterpillar, NAPA, Leo Burnett (Taiwan), Virginia Tech and others, while sharing conference stages with business icons such as Richard Branson and Gene Simmons. His accomplishments include: • Awarded “Speaker of the Year” by TEC Canada. • Recognized as a Vistage ‘Top Performer' in 2020. • Upwards of 600 appearances with Vistage International, the world's largest CEO Peer Advisory Group. • Best-selling author of Big Little Legends, available through Amazon.com, Indigo, Barnes & Noble, and more. • Podcast Host: “The Leadership Standard” with TEC Canada. A former broadcaster, Gair racked up 10,000+ interviews and 30,000+ broadcasts in an award-winning radio and television career. The son of a former pro golfer from St. Andrews, Scotland, Gair is a military history buff, an avid supporter of the Pittsburgh Steelers and a card-carrying Tennessee Squire. He prefers Jack Daniels on the rocks, a frosty Moosehead beer and is a life-long fan of Van Halen who believes both versions of the band with David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar should be considered legendary. A native of Moncton, NB, he currently resides in London, ON with Dana and their brood of two cocker spaniels (Theodore & Sophie) along with a beagle-mix rescue named Maggie. Big Little Legends is his second book.
On today's episode, Jim O'Brien & Benny continue with part 3 of their sports series, where they exchange stories of interactions with Pittsburgh sports icons; such as Jim's interviews with Art Rooney, Jack Lambert, Franco Harris, and stories about Jim's longtime good friend Rocky Bleier. Diehard Steeler fans will love this kind of historic storytelling!
Show Notes Page https://sportlanders.com/?page_id=94 Who is John Ziegler? John Ziegler is a documentary filmmaker and author who is also a former TV sportscaster and radio talk show host. He is most well known for his second feature documentary film, "Media Malpractice" about the 2008 presidential election. He has appeared on numerous national TV shows as a guest, including the "Today Show" and "The View." He attended Georgetown University and while he grew up in Pennsylvania, he has no direct ties to Penn State. He is politically conservative/libertarian. Website: http://www.framingpaterno.com/ Documentary film: The Framing of Joe Paterno John's YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/talktozig Clip of the questionable Mike McQueary TD pass in 1995. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eV4No5wvHY John Ziegler on Twitter @ZigManFreud Immaculate Reception (Franco Harris) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immaculate_Reception Franco Harris stats https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/H/HarrFr00.htm Franco Harris Twitter @francoharrishof Zig's offer to Sara Ganim Book Mentioned: Paterno by Joe Posnanski More Ziegler… Book by John Ziegler The Death of Free Speech: How Our Broken National Dialogue Has Killed the Truth and Divided America Documentary movie directed by John Ziegler Media Malpractice
By the fall of 1979, Pittsburgh was known as the City of Champions. That October, the Pirates defeated the Baltimore Orioles to win the World Series, their second championship of the decade. Meanwhile, the Steelers had constructed a dynasty, boasting three world titles over the past five years. The fan base no longer hoped for victories. Now they expected them. So the standards were high for the 79 Steelers. But every player on the team was confident it could meet them. Once you have the taste of victory, it's awful hard to give that up, recalled John Banaszak. The attitude was: Were going to win this every year. Banaszak was one of several lesser-known Steelers who played a prominent role that year due to injuries. Joe Greene, Jack Ham, Franco Harris and Lynn Swann, all future Hall of Famers, were lost for parts of the season. But their backups capably filled in the gaps, and the Steelers went 12-4 during the regular season enroute to a win over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl XIV.
Was haben Joe Greene, Mike Webster, Terry Bradshaw und Franco Harris gemeinsam? Sie prägten eine Franchise, die zwischen 1974 und 1979 vier Super-Bowl-Titel holte und lange Zeit das Nonplusultra in der NFL war. Und sie spornten mit ihren Erfolgen die nächsten Generationen an, große Fußstapfen nicht nur zu füllen, sondern auch weitere Vince-Lombardi-Trophäen nach Pittsburgh zu holen. Und wusstest du eigentlich, dass der einzige in Deutschland geborene Hall of Famer bei den Steelers zur Legende wurde? In dieser Episode spricht der frühere Star-Running-Back der Steelers, Franco Harris, über das, was seine Teamkollegen aus den Siebzigern und die besten Spieler verschiedenster Jahrzehnte so besonders machte. Der Blick auf seinen historischen Catch zum ersten Playoff-Sieg der Steelers – die Immaculate Reception – kommt dabei natürlich nicht zu kurz. “Männer aus Stahl” ist eine Produktion der Pittsburgh Steelers mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Sweep und Maniac Studios. Neue Episoden erscheinen während der Saison 2021 zweimal pro Monat auf Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Deezer und überall dort, wo es Podcasts gibt. * Hier geht's zur deutschen Landing Page auf Steelers.com: [https://www.steelers.com/deutschland/](https://www.steelers.com/deutschland/) * Hier geht's zur Podcast-Startseite auf Steelers.com: [https://www.steelers.com/audio/steelers-nation-radio/manner-aus-stahl](https://www.steelers.com/audio/steelers-nation-radio/manner-aus-stahl) * Folge den deutschen Kanälen der Pittsburgh Steelers auf [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/steelers/), [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/steelersdeutschland/) und [TikTok](https://www.tiktok.com/@steelersdeutschland). * Abonniere “Männer aus Stahl” auf [Apple Podcasts](https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/m%C3%A4nner-aus-stahl-%E2%80%93-der-offizielle-deutsche-podcast-der-pittsburgh-steelers/id1584401608), [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/5qPVItlEJQt8Jm4oHncgiA), [Amazon Music](https://music.amazon.de/podcasts/73e0ef8a-7bc0-440d-adbf-859acbadf92c/m%C3%A4nner-aus-stahl-der-offizielle-deutsche-podcast-der-pittsburgh-steelers), [Deezer](https://www.deezer.com/de/show/2979322) und überall dort, wo es Podcasts gibt.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Opening It's time for… Lombardi Memories. A show that takes you back in time, into January or February, to the greatest one-day spectacle in all of sports. This is the every-other-Tuesday podcast that looks back at each and every one of the 50-plus Super Bowls and tells the story of who won and why. For the fan who needs more than a boxscore, this podcast goes drive-by-drive, play-by-play through the most dramatic games in history. I'm your host, Tommy A. Phillips, and you can visit my website at tommyaphillips.com where you can find all of my books. Today we have Super Bowl XIV, which was held on January 20, 1980 in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California between the three-time and defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers and the first-time NFC champion Los Angeles Rams. As always, we have a pop quiz, and then homework at the end of the episode. The pop quiz question for today is: the Rams made it to the Super Bowl with seven regular-season losses. What two other teams have reached the Super Bowl with seven losses? The answer will come at the end of the podcast. Prelude to Super Bowl XIV The defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers were rather vulnerable in 1979. They only barely won their season opener at New England, then suffered two losses in three games in midseason. They got killed 35-7 by the Chargers, and they lost an emotional game late in the season to Houston. Having said all that, they still finished 12-4 and won the AFC Central. The Steelers won an easy divisional round game over Miami, 34-14. In the AFC Championship Game against Houston, the Steelers held a tentative lead when the Oilers seemingly completed a touchdown pass that got overruled by the officials. Some say it cost Houston the game, I say it didn't. Pittsburgh won by two touchdowns anyway, 27-13, and advanced to its fourth Super Bowl. Pittsburgh was led by quarterback Terry Bradshaw, who had a monster year with 3,724 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also threw 25 interceptions, making his passer rating only 77.0. But boy, did he light it up in the air! Receiver John Stallworth caught 70 passes for 1,183 yards and eight touchdowns, leading the team in all categories. Receiver Lynn Swann had 41 catches for just over 800 yards and five scores, and tight end Bennie Cunningham caught 36 passes for just over 500 yards and four touchdowns. Running back Franco Harris led the ground game with 1,186 rushing yards and 12 total touchdowns. The L.A. Rams were not the type of team you'd expect to see in the Super Bowl. They were 4-5 at midseason, and 5-6 after Week 11. But they won four games in a row to take the NFC West crown, and they made it into the playoffs as the lowest-ranked NFC division champion. They then narrowly defeated the #1-seeded Dallas Cowboys 21-19 in the divisional round to advance to the NFC Championship Game at Tampa Bay. What was it about the Rams and Buccaneers playing low-scoring NFC Championship Games? They'd have a similar low-scoring affair 20 years later. As for now, the Rams beat the Bucs 9-0 to advance to their first Super Bowl. Quarterback Vince Ferragamo took over for Pat Haden at midseason, and his numbers were not that great: 48.2 completion percentage, just five touchdowns to ten interceptions, and a 49.0 passer rating. But the Rams succeeded thanks to their running game – Wendell Tyler ran for over 1,100 yards – and their defense. The Youngbloods were a force to fear on defense, and the Rams had great defensive backs such as Nolan Cromwell and Dave Elmendorf. The Rams could keep any game close because of their strong defense. First Quarter The Rams won the toss and chose to receive. They went three-and-out and punted it to Pittsburgh. The Steelers got their offense going with a run by running back Rocky Bleier up the middle for a first down at the 32. He came close to getting another first down, and Harris picked it up from there. Bradshaw then threw over the middle to Harris, and he picked up 32 yards
Opening It's time for… Lombardi Memories. A show that takes you back in time, into January or February, to the greatest one-day spectacle in all of sports. This is the every-other-Tuesday podcast that looks back at each and every one of the 50-plus Super Bowls and tells the story of who won and why. For the fan who needs more than a boxscore, this podcast goes drive-by-drive, play-by-play through the most dramatic games in history. I'm your host, Tommy A. Phillips, and you can visit my website at tommyaphillips.com where you can find all of my books. Today we have Super Bowl XIII, which was held on January 21, 1979 in the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida between the three-time AFC champion and two-time Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers and the five-time NFC champion and defending Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys. As always, we have a pop quiz, and then homework at the end of the episode. The pop quiz question for today is: what unusual special teams feat was accomplished in both this Super Bowl, and also the next Super Bowl between the Cowboys and Steelers? That would be Super Bowl XXX, which had something that also happened in this game. The answer will come at the end of the podcast. The NFL expanded to a 16-game schedule in 1978. That would remain the season length for the next 42 years, with the exceptions of the 1982 and 1987 seasons, both of which were affected by player strikes. The NFL also added a second wild card to each conference, meaning that the two wild cards would play in a wild card game, and the three division champions got first-round byes. The Steelers romped right through their first 16-game schedule, winning their first seven games and going on to win 14 of 16 games. They had little trouble in the playoffs, dispatching Denver 33-10 and beating up on Houston 34-5 in the AFC Championship Game. They were led by quarterback Terry Bradshaw, who threw for 2,915 yards and 28 touchdowns. Running back Franco Harris ran for over 1,000 yards and eight touchdowns. Receiver Lynn Swann led in all receiving categories with 61 catches for 880 yards and 11 touchdowns, but John Stallworth was right behind him with 41 catches for 798 yards and nine scores. Dallas's road to the Super Bowl was much more of a bumpy ride. After starting out 2-0, the Cowboys lost four of their next eight games and sat at only 6-4 at midseason. But they turned things around, winning all of their final six regular-season games, and most of them by big margins. The Cowboys then got by Atlanta 27-20 in the divisional round before beating Los Angeles 28-0 in the NFC Championship Game. The Cowboys were led, as they were a year before, by quarterback Roger Staubach, who threw for 3,190 yards and 25 touchdowns. Running back Tony Dorsett ran for 1,325 yards and seven touchdowns. Running back Robert Newhouse had another 584 yards and eight scores. The Cowboys had five players catch at least 34 balls, with Preston Pearson leading in catches with 47, and Tony Hill leading in yards with 823. First Quarter Chicago Bears founder George S. Halas tossed the coin, which came up heads. The Cowboys won and chose to receive. Receiver Butch Johnson took the kick back to the 28. Running back Tony Dorsett ran it twice to start the game, and he took the ball into Pittsburgh territory at the 47. After running back Robert Newhouse was stopped for no gain, Dorsett took a pitch from quarterback Roger Staubach and made a first down at the 34. On the next play, however, the Cowboys tried a trick play. Receiver Drew Pearson fumbled when trying to get the ball from Dorsett, and defensive tackle John Banaszak recovered for Pittsburgh. Running back Franco Harris tried a couple of runs, going nowhere to start the drive. Quarterback Terry Bradshaw converted on third down, finding...
Show Notes:In this episode of Collector and Son, the hosts take a look back at Super Bowl MVPs of the past and talk about some of the autographs they have from the former MVPs. From Super Bowl 1 to 54 how many MVPs do the collector and son have in their collection? Listen now to find out!Intro: 0:00-1:09Super Bowl 55 Predictions: 1:10-4:38Hall Fame voting review: 4:39-6:12Super Bowl MVPs (I-X): 6:59-13:10Super Bowl MVPs (XI-XX): 13:11-18:23Super Bowl MVPs (XXI-XXX): 18:25-22:53Super Bowl MVPs (XXXI-XL): 22:54-26:58Super Bowl MVPs (XLI-L): 26:59-29:38Super Bowl MVPs (LI-LIV): 29:39-30:05How many did we end with: 30:06-30:45One more Hall of Fame inductee 30:46-31:37Outro: 31:38-34:04Connect with us:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Collector_N_SonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/collector_and_son/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ly9_JSzddWA2h5O-AyvbQFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Collector-Son-100482848671487
Joe Coohill is a historian, author, and Pittsburgher who hosts the Professor Buzzkill podcast, where he busts history myths on each episode. Is there a 4th river in Pittsburgh? There is not a 4th river in Pittsburgh. But Downtown Pittsburgh does sit on an aquifer that was used to help cool buildings. Are there bodies in the Westinghouse Bridge? A popular myth than workmen fell into the wet cement. Read more about why this is not the case in Professor Buzzkill's article on the Westinghouse bridge for Steel This Magazine. The misconceptions about the immaculate reception The game where Franco Harris made this famous catch, was blacked out in Pittsburgh. The only people who saw the immaculate reception on television were folks who were watching the game outside of the Pittsburgh television market. Read more about this misconception in Professor Buzzkill's article on the immaculate reception for Steel This Magazine. Doc Ellis was NOT high on LSD when he pitched the no-hitter Even Snopes says it is true. So it must be true? It is a common belief that Doc Ellis, a pitcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates, pitched a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres on June 12, 1970. While Doc Ellis claims this is true and there is a documentary about this no-hitter, “No No: A Documentary” is an entire film about Doc Ellis pitching a no-hitter while high on LSD. This story has captivated Pirates and baseball fans for years. This animated short by James Blagden about the no-hitter has over 5 million views on YouTube. The missing B-25 bomber in the Monongahela river On January 31, 1956, a B-25 bomber crashed into the Monongahela River. Only some of the crew survived. The plane was never recovered and many conspiracy theories have formed about what happened to the plane. More on the missing B-25 Bomber Article from the Heinz History Center Facebook page: Pittsburgh B-25 Monongahela River Mystery FALSE: The word speakeasy was coined in Pittsburgh The word ‘speakeasy' was not coined in Pittsburgh or McKeesport. The origins of the word ‘speakeasy' can be traced back to London in the early 1800s. Berlin Wall at Fallingwater There is a segment of the Berlin Wall outside of Kentuck Knob, a second home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that is located near Fallingwater. Related: Episode #332 of the Professor Buzzkill Podcast is all about the Berlin Wall. Ask Professor Buzzkill a Question Professor Buzzkill website Follow @BuzzkillProf on Twitter Have a Pittsburgh or history question? Send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can listen to the Professor Buzzkill podcast here or subscribe to Professor Buzzkil on iTunes. Pittsburgh is for Podcasters Some of Professor Buzzkill's favorite Pittsburgh podcasts: Drinking Partners Marta on the Move Pitchwerks :: A very Pittsburgh Collaboration: Spent Grain :: Lincoln Ave Brewery in Bellvue gives the spent grain from the brewing process to local chicken owners to use as feed. :: Events: Valentine's Day Pizza and Pierogi Making @ Community Kitchen :: Head to Community Kitchen's Hazelwood location. Eat pizza and learn to make pierogi. Tickets are $10 online and $15 at the door. Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020 Time: 5pm- 7pm Facebook Event Community Kitchen is a Pittsburgh nonprofit that provides culinary job training and job opportunities. Community Kitchen provides catering and also grab-and-go foods that are sold throughout the city. Give Us a Call Have an event we should know about? Know of a partnership we should highlight on the podcast? How about a collaboration? We'd love to hear from you! We're always looking for new Pittsburgh stories to share. If you leave a message we just might feature your pick in our newsletter or on our podcast. Give us a call and leave a message. We want to hear from you! 412-368-6595 Subscribe to The Slaw: Staying on Top of Pittsburgh podcast The Slaw Podcast is available on: iTunes Spotify Follow Very Local for more Pittsburgh updates: Very Local Pittsburgh Website Twitter @VeryLocalPGH Facebook Instagram YouTube