Kraus, Jared
September 2014
Gridiron Greats;Fall2014, Vol. 13 Issue 46, p24
The article offers information on the death of Chuck Noll, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers football team, in 2014. Topics include Noll's career as head coach since January 27, 1969, ranking of the team as the top 10 both offense and defense, and the performance on the American Football League (AFL) championship game.


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