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Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993) - mcmillenandwife - 01-13-2020

Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993)

An entertaining look (and listen) from Bill Cowher's second season as head coach. During Pittsburgh's 1993 drubbing of the previously undefeated Saints, ESPN mic'd up Bill Cowher for their semi-regular "Sound Tracks" feature. What ensues is a great window into the psyche of the young coach, giving us a glimpse of the passion, intensity and one-on-one communication style that made Cowher's players love, respect and relate to him so well.


RE: Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993) - steelerkraut - 01-13-2020

Thanks for posting! I am still looking for this clip from an MNF intro where he yells at the guys: "WE CONTROL THE TEMPER IN THIS STADIUM!"


RE: Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993) - RaynorShyne - 01-13-2020

(01-13-2020, 03:18 AM)mcmillenandwife Wrote: Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993)

An entertaining look (and listen) from Bill Cowher's second season as head coach. During Pittsburgh's 1993 drubbing of the previously undefeated Saints, ESPN mic'd up Bill Cowher for their semi-regular "Sound Tracks" feature. What ensues is a great window into the psyche of the young coach, giving us a glimpse of the passion, intensity and one-on-one communication style that made Cowher's players love, respect and relate to him so well.

That was awesome  Rockon


RE: Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993) - Chucktownsteeler - 01-15-2020

Nice, thanks for posting.


RE: Bill Cowher Mic'd Up (ESPN Feature, 1993) - Krunch - 01-19-2020

Awesome post. No wonder I miss him so much compared to the statue on the sidelines now days. Cower IS a LEADER - Period.

"The speed of the leader determines the speed of the pack."