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Go 'Lers
04-24-2013, 04:24 PM
Fun game to play the night before the draft...

Make you own Top 10 list of best moments from the Steelers, Pirates, Penguins...heck, even the Panthers!

10. Tony Dorsett wins the Heisman for Pitt
9. Dock Ellis' no-hitter on LSD :lol:
8. Ben Roethlisberger's shoestring tackle in the 2005 playoffs
7. Roberto Clemente hits number 3000
6. Max Talbot's 2 goals in game 7 to win the Stanley Cup
5. Mario Lemiuex returns to the ice after battling cancer
4. James Harrison's 100 yard interception return in Super Bowl XLIII
3. Santonio Holmes game-winning touchdown in Super Bowl XLIII
2. The Immaculate Reception
1. Bill Mazeroski's homerun in game 7, bottom of the 9th of the 1960 World Series

Honorable Mention: Pitt stuns #1 WVU in the 2007 Backyard Brawl, Pietrangelo makes big save in 1991 Stanley Cup playoffs, Steelers comeback 36-33 to beat the Browns in the 2003 playoffs, Penguins win inaugural Winter Classic game, "One for the Thumb"

Go 'Lers
04-24-2013, 04:26 PM
Make your own list...

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Black@Gold Forever32
04-25-2013, 01:39 AM
Nice list but I would have the Steelers winning Super Bowl IX on there since really that Super Bowl title erased 40 years of losing and was the start of a dynasty......Clemente going ape **** in the 71 World Series would make my list as well......

I love the fact you have Ellis no-hitter on LSD on there...lol No arguing with your number 1....Spot on and I really enjoyed your list.....Thanks for starting this.....

ChucktownSteeler
04-25-2013, 08:02 AM
Nice list, thanks for sharing.

Rocky#20
04-25-2013, 08:28 AM
That's a very good list, I was a small child when Maz hit his homer against the Yankees, but I still remember all the excitement surrounding it.

Go 'Lers
04-29-2013, 12:16 PM
Thanks for the input everyone!

Much respect to Franco and his amazing play but I've always thought Maz's homer is the greatest play in Pittsburgh's sports history and all of baseball for that matter IMO