I bent a horseshoe the other day. Not a big one, more of a medium-light type shoe. Not a big fight either, just the solid feeling of testing myself against steel. More of a reminder of days past. Battles against flesh and iron, … Continue reading →
Hopefully the transition into the draft and OTA’s signifies a change for the Steelers. With the springtime upon us and sunny days ahead it gives the players and coaches the opportunity to put behind them the problems that have beset them thus far this off-season and a chance to look ahead to brighter things.
The obvious implications of Ben and Santonio aside, three things the Steelers fans can look to for a brighter 2010 season are clanging in my gourd.Continue reading →
Florida Center Maurkice Pouncey became the first Center to be drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers since 1937. There is, as everyone knows, a great lineage of Centers to have played that position over the years for the Steelers. Starting with … Continue reading →
Joined by my producer sidekicks Frank Murgia and Andrew ‘Herschel” Venezie I tackled the subject of the 2010 NFL draft and who I think the Steelers should consider taking in the first round with the 18th pick. I also throw in some juicy info about my draft day experience and even how I punched the great Chuck Noll.Continue reading →
I was disappointed to see the post-fight thuggery that followed a great performance by Strikeforce middleweight title holder Jake Shields that was broadcast on CBS Saturday night. Dan Henderson came out swinging and Jake looked tentative and overwhelmed in the first round. Jake got himself together and dominated the rest of the bout, but the antics of Jason Miller in the post-fight interview in the ring led to a battle royale with what appeared to be double-digit participants and would have been a great show closer for a WWE pay-per-view..Continue reading →
A couple weeks ago I had the awesome moment of pinning the Ranger Tab on my oldest son’s shoulder. It was a trip right out of the “Family Circus,” 14 hours of donut-and-coffee fueled driving one way with a van full of Mom and little brothers and sisters that wanted to see the big moment.Continue reading →
This is a 6 minute interview with talent network news about the new web site, blogging and podcast.
talent network, inc. put together the web site, records the podcast and handles personal appearances and corporates speaking. This podcast recorded at the talent network multi-media studios and the interview conducted by Frank Murgia who will also be the producer sidekick you will be hearing in the upcoming podcasts on the web site here.Continue reading →
This post has nothing to do with the rock guy Mellancamp, but a Mellon arena memory during a Chuck Noll training camp. When I heard the Pittsburgh Penguins rang down the curtain on their 1,667th regular season game at Mellon … Continue reading →
Welcome everybody who chooses to sit a spell and peruse my website. This blogging thing is kind’a interesting because it gives a different format to communicating all the chaos I get to encounter on this crazy ride called life. I … Continue reading →