On June 21, 2005, legendary Steelers broadcaster Myron Cope retired after a 35-year stint as a color commentator for Steelers’ radio broadcasts. Known for his distinctive, high-pitched nasally voice, and his prototypical yinzer accent, Cope is remembered as a Pittsburgh treasure.
Franco Harris left an indelible mark on the Pittsburgh Steelers, the city of Pittsburgh, football fans everywhere and the authors of Immaculate: How the Steelers Saved Pittsburgh
. As great as he was on the field, he arguably left a bigger mark off the field. #rememberingfranco
Naming a favorite Steelers player of all time can be difficult. For Ray Hartjen, co-author of Immaculate: How the Steelers Saved Pittsburgh
, it's a player who rose to fame using an alias.
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