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  • Big Ben Building a Legacy

    01/30/2006 5:48:37 AM PST · by serendepitylives · 34 replies · 763+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 1/30/2006 | Joe Rutter
    Big Ben building a legacy By Joe Rutter TRIBUNE-REVIEW Monday, January 30, 2006 In just two seasons, Ben Roethlisberger already has stamped his ticket as one of the NFL's top young quarterbacks. He has won 26 of 30 career starts -- including a 4-1 record in the postseason. He has appeared in two conference championship games, and he's about to become the second-youngest quarterback to start in the Super Bowl. What would leading the Steelers to a victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL do to his already lofty stature? Likely send it skyrocketing higher than the USX...
  • $10,000 hot dog on sale on ebay.

    01/29/2006 4:08:11 PM PST · by Lokibob · 11 replies · 578+ views
    ebay ^ | 1/29/06 | vanity
    $10,000 hot dog on sale on ebay. Seattle Seahawks SUPER DOG! NFC Championship hot dog!    
  • 'Burgh transplant will roar for Steelers

    01/29/2006 11:50:06 AM PST · by serendepitylives · 11 replies · 408+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 1/29/2006 | Eric Heyl
    Burgh Transplant will route for Steelers By Eric Heyl TRIBUNE-REVIEW "Detroit is such a great sports town, but it's starved for some type of success," he said. "I think about 90 percent of the people here want the Steelers to win. They're envious about what they (the franchise) have been able to accomplish over the years." McLeod doesn't expect many Detroiters to be surprised or upset over his bias for the Steelers. "It's no secret that I like them," he said. "I brag up here all the time that those teams from the '70s were the best ever." Of course...
  • Warning: Winning a Super Bowl bet can be hazardous to your governor

    01/28/2006 9:29:23 PM PST · by serendepitylives · 41 replies · 1,324+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 1/29/2006 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Editorial
    Warning: Winning a superbowl maybe hazordous to your Gov. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review One look at what the elected officials have wagered on their state's Super Bowl representative provides the answer. If the Steelers triumph over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL a week from today, Gregoire will send Rendell a bushel of Washington apples, some Seattle clam chowder and an apple and apricot candy known as applets and cotlets in the Pacific Northwest. Should the Seahawks win, Rendell will provide Gregoire what can only be described as an artery-clogging array of victuals. We can only imagine the horror on
  • Seattle Has Victory Parade Set Already (Seahawk - Steeler Alert)

    01/28/2006 2:44:26 AM PST · by beyond the sea · 180 replies · 2,416+ views
    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | 1/28/06 | Paul Zeise
    <p>The Seahawks and the City of Seattle apparently know the outcome of the Super Bowl already, and it isn't a good one for the Steelers.</p> <p>According to a report Thursday in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the team already has planned its victory parade for the Tuesday after the game.</p>
  • Texas School (Texas A&M University) Claims '12th Man' Infringes On Their Trademark

    01/27/2006 8:08:35 PM PST · by COEXERJ145 · 24 replies · 577+ views
    Komotv.com ^ | January 27, 2006 | Mary Nam
    SEATTLE - We can't imagine the Seahawks without their 12th Man. But another team says the 12th Man concept is their idea and they want us to stop using it. Who knew the 12th Man was born...in Texas? Turns out the first 12th Man wasn't a Hawk -- he was an Aggie. And Texas A & M wants to keep it that way and stomp out a 22-year-old Seattle tradition. The news floors Jeff Scoma, who sells Seahawks merchandise. "That's interesting that you can't produce a blue flag with a 12 on it or a blue shirt with a 12...
  • Going to the Super Bowl? Reporter Want Ad

    01/26/2006 2:43:40 PM PST · by serendepitylives · 4 replies · 363+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 1/26/2006 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
    Do you have Super Bowl tickets? Are you hoping to buy some from scalpers in Detroit? Or do you just plan to go and tailgate? The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is looking for fans making the trip to Motor City to support the Steelers. Send an e-mail with your cellular phone number and the day you plan to arrive in Detroit to reporter Allison Heinrichs at aheinrichs@tribweb.com and your Super Bowl story might be commemorated in print.
  • SUPERBOWL XL: You could be drinking with Santa in Detroit

    01/25/2006 5:22:27 AM PST · by serendepitylives · 21 replies · 727+ views
    The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review ^ | 1/25/2006 | Eric Heyl
    You could be drinking with Santa in Detroit By Eric Heyl TRIBUNE-REVIEW Wednesday, January 25, 2006 Tickets? Who needs tickets? Scores of Pittsburghers undoubtedly will make the pilgrimage to Detroit next week. The Motor City, you may have heard, is where the Steelers will face the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL -- a game so huge it needs an extra large label. They will loiter in the shadows of Ford Field, a locale currently as sacred to Steelers fans as the Vatican is to devout Catholics. They will do so even though they have about as much chance of...
  • Seahawks Perturbed by Underdog Status

    01/25/2006 4:02:54 AM PST · by beyond the sea · 289 replies · 2,754+ views
    AP ^ | 1/25/06 | unknown
    Shaun Alexander was relaxing in front of his television when a face from the Seahawks' middling past appeared on the screen: Tim Brown, now retired after 16 seasons with the Raiders. From 1988 to 2002, Brown and the Raiders owned Seattle, winning 17 of 29 games when the Seahawks were still in the AFC West. Brown is now a commentator for an NFL preview show on Fox Sports Net. "He said, 'I love the Seahawks. I love what they do. But I have beaten them so many times, I just can't pick them,'" Alexander recalled. That perception helps explains why...
  • Pittsburgh 'steels' top spot in power poll (Four Months later in the NFL)

    01/23/2006 7:51:49 AM PST · by proudpapa · 8 replies · 427+ views
    NFL.com ^ | Sept. 20, 2005 | Vic Carucci
    Sept. 20, 2005) -- This is how the NFL's 32 teams stack up after Week 2: IN THE HUNT (Teams likely to be among 12 playoff qualifiers listed with record and previous week's ranking) 1. Pittsburgh (2-0; 3): Two games, two dominant victories, but the toughest test to date comes vs. the Patriots. 2. Indianapolis (2-0; unchanged): Could it be that the Colts have actually become a defensive-oriented team? 3. Tampa Bay (2-0; 7): The Bucs keep riding in style with their Cadillac and a dominant defense. 4. Kansas City (2-0; 5): Winning in Oakland made a huge statement …...
  • NFL Conference Championships LIVE THREAD (Final: Pittsburgh 34-Denver 17; Seattle 34-NC 14)

    01/22/2006 11:15:55 AM PST · by MoodyBlu · 1,990 replies · 24,566+ views
    My Orangs and Blue bleeding heart | MoodyBlu
    Are you ready for some football? My predictions:Denver 23/Pittsburgh 13, Seattle 24/Carolina 17
  • Monday Night Football - Seahawks @ Eagles

    12/05/2005 4:37:47 PM PST · by Ultra Sonic 007 · 207 replies · 1,903+ views
    TONIGHT... ABC. 8:00 PM Eastern. Seattle Seahawks @ Philadelphia Eagles WHO SHALL WIN?
  • Seattle's Hamlin in intensive care after fight outside nightclub (Seahawks, NFL)

    10/18/2005 11:25:39 AM PDT · by cgk · 8 replies · 763+ views
    Yahoo Sports NFL ^ | 10-18-05 | Gregg Bell
    Seattle's Hamlin in intensive care after fight outside nightclub By GREGG BELL, AP Sports Writer October 18, 2005 AP - Oct 17, 11:24 pm EDTMore Photos KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -- The Seattle Seahawks are more concerned with Ken Hamlin's health than when -- or if -- he'll be able to rejoin the team. The starting free safety was in serious but stable condition early Tuesday with a fractured skull and other head injuries following a fight outside a downtown Seattle nightclub. ``It's pretty tough,'' said cornerback Marcus Trufant, whose locker is next to Hamlin's. ``I'm very concerned about his...
  • IN THE NFL TODAY: Preseason Week 1 scores & the NFL NewsWire

    08/14/2005 11:15:02 AM PDT · by cgk · 19 replies · 1,109+ views
    ESPN & Various ^ | 8-14-04 | misc
    National Football League News Wire The following stories are the most recent transmissions from ESPN.com wire sources Sunday, August 14, 2005Ex-NFL player Robbins arrested on marijuana charge - AP (1:47 PM ET)Panthers, at almost 100 percent, are excited after preseason win - AP (1:25 PM ET) Raiders assistant taken to hospital after fainting on sideline - AP (2:08 AM ET)UNDATED: yards receiving. - AP (1:39 AM ET) Saturday, August 13, 2005NFL Preseason Capsules - AP (11:38 PM ET) Schottenheimer sticking with errant kicker Kaeding - AP (10:15 PM ET)Panthers retire Mills' jersey at halftime - AP (9:50 PM ET)Without Owens,...
  • LIVE THREAD - NFL Wildcard Saturday - 8 January 2005 (Rams/Seahawks, Jets/Chargers)

    01/08/2005 12:58:18 PM PST · by CounterCounterCulture · 556 replies · 8,661+ views
    NFL Wildcard Saturday - 8 January 2005 VS St. Louis Rams/Seattle Seahawks VS New York Jets/San Diego Chargers
  • Court battle resumes .. over ancient remains (Kennewick Man)

    09/12/2003 1:51:35 PM PDT · by vannrox · 19 replies · 644+ views
    Tribnet.com, The News Tribune's online newspaper ^ | (Published 12:01AM, September 11th, 2003) | WILLIAM MCCALL; The Associated Press
    Court battle resumes between tribes, scientists over ancient remainsWILLIAM MCCALL; The Associated Press PORTLAND - The definition of "Native American" is at stake in deciding whether the 9,300-year-old skeleton known as Kennewick Man belongs to scientists or Indian tribes, lawyers for both sides told a federal appeals court Wednesday. The Interior Department has fought with scientists since the bones were discovered in 1996 along the banks of the Columbia River near Kennewick. A group of eight anthropologists who want to do research on the skeleton went to court to seek permission. But then-Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt ruled three years ago...