Tunch & Wolf | Craig Wolfley Web Site and Podcast - Part 2

    When: May 11, 2013
    Where: Heinz Field

    Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
    Walk begins at 10 a.m.

    Join sports broadcasters and former Steelers Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley on Saturday, May 11, in supporting Light of Life Rescue Mission! This fun, family-friendly event begins with a walk along the beautiful North Shore trail [...]

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      For those of you familiar with the Steelers Radio broadcast team of  Me, Tunch Ilkin, Gerry Dulac, Bob Labriola, Dale Lolly, Mike Pirsuta and some of our classic radio callers, you may enjoy this little Christmas Poem by Pittsburgh Post-Gazett Sports writer Gerry Dulac. 

      A Blessed and safe holiday season to all!

      A LOCKER ROOM [...]

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        “Pretty Good”

        On August 21, 2012 By

        I was jacked to set up on the sidelines for the pre-season Heinz Field home opener with the Steelers playing host to the Indianapolis Colts. Not because of Andrew Luck, or the return of Bruce Arians or anything like that. I wanted to see Willie Colon make his first start at guard.

        All right, i [...]

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          More Stuff From Camp

          On August 8, 2012 By

          Here we are the day before the Steelers open the pre-season in Philly. So just some more observations from the past week in camp.

          David DeCastro will make his first start against the Eagles. By my count he’s had four very good practice days in a row. David is really starting to flash his skills. [...]

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            After 3 “Show Pony” days where the Steelers ran and practiced in shorts followed by 2 days in pads, here’s just some thoughts and observations;

            I wish i had these CBA rules back in the day. Would’ve extended the career by a few years and the damage points would have been less.

            Keenan Lewis has [...]

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              The Pittsburgh Steelers circa 2012 have said goodbye to a lot of familiar faces.

              James Farrior, Hines Ward, Aaron Smith, Chris Hoke, William Gay, Bryant McFadden, Chris Kemoeatu and Max Starks add up to 55 seasons or so of men “putting their hand in the pile” and playing extremely high quality Steelers football. Men who have [...]

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                I just got back Sunday night from a whirlwind trip with some fellow com padres. I had spent the last month honing my Spanish speaking skills while watching “Dora the Explorer” on the Sprout Network with my two and three year-olds, Hannah and Esther, in preparation for a trip south of the border. Accompanied by [...]

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                  Tunch & Wolf’s 2012 Walk for the Homeless will be held on Saturday, May 12th at Heinz Field Great Hall and the surrounding area, in which all proceeds will benefit the Light of Life Rescue Mission. The former Steelers will lead the 10K Walk, beginning at 8:30am, where more than 700 people are expected to [...]

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                    David DeCastro

                    On April 27, 2012 By

                    Obviously i was overjoyed when the Steelers were able to pluck the best guard in the draft when they nabbed Stanford’s David DeCastro with the 24th overall pick. Watching this guy on film was sheer fun, and i could picture in my mind’s eye Steelers Boss Hogg, Sean Kugler, doing the burrito dance after David [...]

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                      James Harrison has been a monster for a long time. After suffering through two back surgeries in the off-season i learned up at training camp he had been squatting with a barbell on his back with 315lbs. Way below what i know him to be capable of.

                      What bothered me about that is James’ whole [...]

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                        Sending a Message?

                        On November 5, 2011 By

                        After reviewing tape from the season opening loss to the “Angry Birds” otherwise known as the Baltimore Ravens the total went something like this according to the research of Tunch Ilkin.

                        On 26 run plays, Casey Hampton got cut/chop blocked 8 times. Defensive end Aaron Smith got whacked 4 times. Since that game the cut [...]

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