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by Jim O'Brien

  • ISBN: 1886348138
  • Category: Sports books
  • Author: Jim O'Brien
  • Subcategory: Football (American)
  • Other formats: mobi rtf lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: James P. O'Brien Publishing (2006)
  • Pages: 446 pages
  • FB2 size: 1981 kb
  • EPUB size: 1116 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
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Steeler Stuff: Stories About a Championship Season and a Remarkable Journey.

Steeler Stuff: Stories About a Championship Season and a Remarkable Journey. This is a collection of stories about some Steelers and people associated with the Steelers that merit our attention and admiration. The majority of them are young men and they have accomplished a great deal in a short time. They have brought honor and joy to Pittsburgh and the surrounding tri-state area, as well as the Steeler Nation everywhere. by Jim O'Brien HC LikeNew.

Stacey O'Brien tells the intriguing story of how her life was changed and rearranged when she attempted to. .I’d been working at Caltech (California Institute of Technology) for about a year when one of the scientists called me into his office

I’d been working at Caltech (California Institute of Technology) for about a year when one of the scientists called me into his office. He mentioned that there was an owl with an injured wing, and said, Stacey, he needs a permanent home. The little owl was so tiny and helpless he couldn’t even lift his head or keep himself warm.

Stories About a Championship Season and a Remarkable Journey. Published 2006 by James P. O'Brien Publishing.

James J. O'Brien (born April 9, 1950) is an American college basketball coach who has served as coach of St. Bonaventure University (1982–1986), Boston College (1986–1997), Ohio State University (1997–2004) and Emerson College, a Division III s. Bonaventure University (1982–1986), Boston College (1986–1997), Ohio State University (1997–2004) and Emerson College, a Division III school in Boston (2011–2014). O'Brien was hired as head coach on April 7, 1997 after Ohio State had fired previous coach Randy Ayers

Jon Feliciano's remarkable journey to the Silver and Black. He is relentless, very tough and a versatile football player. Raiders' Offensive Line coach Mike Tice, on Jon Feliciano.

Jon Feliciano's remarkable journey to the Silver and Black. Offensive lineman Jon Feliciano overcame numerous obstacles on his road to becoming a professional player for the Raiders. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports. My first year we were coming around the corner and last season we took our first steps to being relevant," Feliciano said. The whole organization is really excited for this year. Whether as a backup or a starter, Feliciano has proven himself to be a reliable member of the Raiders' offensive line, earning praise from line coach Mike Tice.

This is a collection of stories about some Steelers and people associated with the Steelers that merit our attention and admiration. The majority of them are young men and they have accomplished a great deal in a short time. They have brought honor and joy to Pittsburgh and the surrounding tri-state area, as well as the Steeler Nation everywhere. Picture the smiling faces of Jerome Bettis, Hines Ward, Ben Roethlisberger and Bill Cowher, for starters, as well as the Rooney family that founded the franchise and still directs the operation. They symbolize the Steelers of this decade. They have feel-good stories to share with us. We can learn valuable lessons from their life experiences and the way they go about their work. They play and look after the Steelers with a special passion. They have magic about them, like so much sprinkle dust-black and gold in color, of course-that sparks us all. The story of the Steelers who won Super Bowl XL is incredible. It was too hokey for Hollywood. As Bettis, known affectionately as "The Bus," said of his final season and the journey to his hometown of Detroit, "If anyone turned in a script like this, it would get turned back. It was too unbelievable." This is a team that people genuinely like. There are no jerks in the ranks to ruin the picture. The majority of these men are thoughtful and humble about their heroics, and their place in Pittsburgh. Jim O'Brien interviewed many of these super Steelers especially for this book, and there are also stories he has written in recent years that offer special insights into these Steelers and the sports scene in his hometown.

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