RIP Franco Harris

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GreenWeenie
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RIP Franco Harris

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Played a key role in making the Steelers relevant, and keeping them there for a while.



Sad to learn of his leaving us. Hope he's giving the business to John Madden.
Surgnbuck
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RIP Franco Harris

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The Immaculate Reception and Franco Harris were the beginning of what is undoubtedly one of the most iconic sports franchises in the world.



RIP Franco, thank you for the wonderful moments and memories,
GreenWeenie
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RIP Franco Harris

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Special times, especially when both the Stillers and Buccos gave us reasons to be proud. Pitt football was very good for a while then, too.
WildwoodDave2

RIP Franco Harris

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6D4B4C59505C4B5D553E0 wrote: The Immaculate Reception and Franco Harris were the beginning of what is undoubtedly one of the most iconic sports franchises in the world.



RIP Franco, thank you for the wonderful moments and memories,
I echo those sentiments,Surg
GreenWeenie
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RIP Franco Harris

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First thought was the same sadness as I experienced when I heard of Willie's passing all those years ago, on the day that PNC opened.



Franco passes a few days from when his most famous feat will be honored.



Shames things happen like that.
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