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|A year after winning the big one, Bill Cowher has decided to ride off into the sunset.|
ESPN.com - NFL - Cowher ready to resign at news conference Friday
I know this might be a bad question to ask, but...is this retirement for real or this a "Junior Seau" retirement? I don't want to tip my hat to the guy if he's gonna take another job in a few weeks.
Eh, what the hell. Congrats to Cowher on a great career. He's more than earned his retirement.
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|Come on down to Miami, Coach Cowher! Love to have ya...|
These are my awards, Mother. From Army. The seal is for marksmanship, and the gorilla is for sand racing.
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|Not all that surprising, but I think the Steelers go into the coaching search a lot better off than the other 3. Hell, they have 2 widely regarded top candidates on the staff right now.
Curious to see who gets it though, between Whisenhunt or Grimm, if it is one of them like I think it will be.
Co-Winner of the 2006 Time Magazine Person of the Year Award
Anyone that can run a spread option offense I would say. Forget getting a "Nebraska guy" like Pelini.
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