Steelers missed the mark in searching for a scapegoat

Pompei, Dan
January 2000
Sporting News;01/24/2000, Vol. 224 Issue 4, p35
Reports on the possible replacement of Bill Cowher as coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Performance of the team; Coaching style of Cowher; Performance of other football teams. INSETS: Keep an eye on this guy.;Draft watch..


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