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The Steelers play the Dallas Cowboys today at Heinz Field and the memories come flooding back. These days the Steelers and Baltimore Ravens have a rivalry, but it pales compared to what the Steelers and Cowboys had in the 1970s. Twice they met in Super Bowls, with each franchise looking to lay claim to being the dominant team of the decade. Even when the Steelers and Cowboys met again in Super Bowl XXX, following the 1995 season, the theme was heavily tilted toward recollections of those 1970s meetings.
Lynn Swann is the next Southern California football great to get the chance to run the Trojans' athletic department.
Johnstown native Jack Ham has another golden moment for his stellar football career.
The region has produced some of the most recognizable names to participate in the big game either as a player, broadcaster or member of the team’s support staff.
The humbled men in gold jackets entering football immortality were unmistakable.
So was the endless sea of twirling yellow Terrible Towels there to greet them and the outpouring of compassion for the legend who wasn’t there.
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jerome Bettis headlined the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015 on Saturday night, the sixth-leading rusher in NFL history turning the annual enshrinement ceremony into a de facto pep rally.
The Steelers opened training camp Sunday at St. Vincent College with a special celebration commemorating their 50th anniversary at the Westmoreland County school.
Less than two weeks from now, on Aug. 8, The Bus will be parked at his final destination - the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.