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Old 07-20-2007, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Top 10 HOF Induction Moments

the steelers get the "Total Access" love with terry bradshaw presenting mike webster as #1.

hard to argue with terry taking that final snap from webster. personally, i woulda put a football hero of mine, jim kelly, calling his sick little boy, Hunter his hero, at #1.

other than "sweetness" announcing he was dying, i dont think ive ever seen anything tug my heartstrings in the nfl.

r.i.p. hunter, iron mike, and sweetness.
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Terry and Webster were a great duo, they deserve the # 1
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I cried when Jim Kelly was giving his induction speech,talking about Hunter.
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Out of all the one's I've seen Bradshaw and Webster is the one that sticks out in my mind. Also when he saluted the big guy Art upstairs.
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Here you can listen to the audio of Terry's HOF speech
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I cried when Jim Kelly was giving his induction speech,talking about Hunter.
R.I.P.
Little Hunter..
We love you little man and I just felt the same way RoethlisBURGHer... how can someone not get emotional over that one?
But I loved the Bradshaw-Webster moment alot also... this overall was a good Top 10.
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Little Hunter..
We love you little man and I just felt the same way RoethlisBURGHer... how can someone not get emotional over that one?
But I loved the Bradshaw-Webster moment alot also... this overall was a good Top 10.
I just happened to get home from work in time to see his speech.

A friend of mine who's daughter also had Krabbe Leukodystrophy passed about the same time as Hunter.
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