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Smoaky on February 1st, 2009

Steelers 27, Cardinals 23 had it all, and especially a dramatic ending, and huge emotional swings. Where does Super Bowl XLIII compare with the other great Super Bowl games? Smoaky

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Smoaky on February 1st, 2009

I was able to visit with Steelers 13-year veteran punter Mitch Berger after the game, and the Tyler Junior College-ex increases the streak of Apaches winning a ring to three. Super Bowl XLIII (Mitch Berger, Punter, Steelers) Super Bowl XLII (Michael Johnson, S, NY Giants) Super Bowl XLI (Dominic Rhodes, RB, Colts) Berger told me, […]

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Smoaky on February 1st, 2009

The Steelers now lead the NFL in Lombardi Trophies with six (6), after a stirring, and thrilling, 27-23 victory against the Arizona Cardinals. Here are several links to the game coverage: ESPN . Superbowl.com . SI.com . Pittsburgh Post Gazette . Arizona Republic . Dallas Morning News . Fort Worth Star-Telegram .

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You can get most anything and everything Super Bowl by clicking on this link throughout the day, Super Bowl XLIII . I don’t have a dog in this fight, but I do think pedigree is important, and although the Cardinals are playing very well, I’ll predict a Steelers sixth Lombardi Award, 26-17. But what do […]

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Paul on January 30th, 2009

The Super Bowl is so much more than a game. Many say the game is actually an afterthought. The Super Bowl is a sales and revenue machine. If you don’t believe it, just visit the NFL Experience, the small city that always forms just outside the stadium at every Super Bowl. Bill Coates reports from […]

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He played in five Super Bowls and won two of them. And he’s a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Roger Staubach, who played for the Cowboys from 1969 to 1979, talked with David Smoak in the Super Bowl Media Center in Tampa.

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Paul on January 28th, 2009

More photos on our Super Bowl XLIII Special Coverage from KTBB AM600 – Photo Gallery

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Smoaky on January 27th, 2009

4:34pm-Norm Hitzges, 4:47pm-Dan Reeves 5:07pm-Michael Irvin 5:20pm-Mickey Spagnola 5:34pm-Lee Roy Selmon 5:47pm-Mitch Berger, Steelers Punter (TJC Alum) 6:03pm-John McClain And we’re still working it…

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Former Los Angeles Rams defensive end and Hall of Fame member Jack Youngblood offers his thoughts on locker room turmoil and out-of-control egos that might be a factor in the poor fortunes of the Dallas Cowboys.

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Smoaky on January 26th, 2009

As I mentioned on ktbb.com/cowboys, I’m an NFL Idiot, so I missed on the Cowboys playing in Super Bowl XLIII as much as anyone. I also picked the Chargers, and how wrong was I? Very wrong. I also gave serious consideration to the Jaguars (missed the playoffs), and of course the Patriots (missed the playoffs […]

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