Steelers' voice signs off on career
By Chris Colston, Sports Weekly
"A yawping, squawking instrument that can clear arenas" is how The New York Times described it. The Washington Post said it "makes sandpaper seem like Charmin."
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called it "a gargle-with-gravel thing that clangs of vaudevillian schtick."
The Associated Press said, "Think of a car careening to a screeching stop."
It is the voice of a beloved legend, a city icon, a man who never played professional sports yet they made bobbleheads of him anyway. They're talking about Myron Cope.
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Myron is a legend. And a beloved Pittsburgh figure. In my mind no one can replace him. It is nice to see so many articles and such great praise about him.