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This Week's Game Plan

Steelers at Bengals 2018

Sunday, October 14, 2018 - 12:00pm
Doors open at: 
11 A.M.

That is what a complete game looks like!  Maybe the Steelers thought the first four games were preseason games?  Who knows, but the Stillers picked a great time for a near flawless performance.  Now, it gets even more serious as the Black and Gold go back on the road in a key divisional game and we need you here…

SFoMinn Traveling Sign

One of the things that keeps showing up at Steeler games is the SFOM sign.  It has been to almost as many Steeler games this year as Martavis Bryant.  If you are planning on attending a game, either home or away, and want to sport the sign, contact us here or when you are at McGovern’s.

Steelers @ Colts 2017

Game Date/Time: 
Sunday, November 12, 2017 - 12:00pm

Who was the leading scorer for the Steelers AFC champs in the 2010 season?

Rashard Mendenhall scored 78 points on 13 touchdowns.

FOOD DRIVE 2017 Update

The results are in!  This year we raised $3,590 for the Second Harvest Food Bank.  Through the hard work of our Food Drive Coordinator, Ed Buechel was able to secure matching funds for a grand total of $10,090!  That translates to 30,270 meals for our neighbors this holiday season!  Thank you to Ed, the volunteers and more importantly everyone who purchased tickets!  Steelers fans are the most generous!

Meet Robin Cole at McGovern's

Hey Yinz Guys,

Who has a pair of Super Bowl rings, a tie to the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers football team and will be at McGovern’s on Sunday?  No, we did not change the weekly trivia question…

Robin Cole Action PhotoThe answer is Robin Cole!  For those of yinz too young to remember or are new to Steelers Nation; Robin Cole was the team’s first round draft pick in 1977 out of the University of New Mexico where he earned All-American honors.  He played linebacker and defensive end for the Stillers for 11 seasons and one season with the New York Jets; finishing his career with 19.5 sacks and 5 interceptions.  Robin was part of two Super Bowl Champion teams with the Steelers and was named to the Pro Bowl. He still resides outside of Pittsburgh.


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