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Old 02-10-2006, 09:12 PM   #1
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Default cowher on sidelines during superbowl

inside the nfl showed some sideline sound bites from cowher during the game that i really enjoyed. 4th quarter, jerome to run down the clock midway:

cowher: i dont care how many yards you get i want you to hold onto the ball
jerome: i will
cowher: promise me?
jerome: i promise you.

after a james harrison special teams penalty i believe as harrison was running off the field cower ran up to him to ask what happened.

harrison: shit happens

cowher goes up to one of his assistants: did you hear silverback?
asst.: no
cowher: he said "shit happens"

all this while laughing with a big smile. he almost seemed proud of his young player.

i am glad cowher was loose for this game. they also showed him hopping up and down in the endzone before the game as if to warm up or release pent up energy, and im thinking "wow, he seems more like a player than any coach ive ever seen"

good stuff. thanks cowher
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Old 02-10-2006, 09:17 PM   #2
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Default Re: cowher on sidelines during superbowl

My favorite Cowher moment from the game was when he did the first down signal from the sideline during the fourth quarter. The guy had the biggest grin I've ever seen from him. Good stuff.
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Old 02-10-2006, 09:52 PM   #3
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Default Re: cowher on sidelines during superbowl

I really think that Cowher has cast off the post season demons this year, and I think he did it by relaxing a bit and having fun...... He has had his super intense moments on the sidelines, but he seems to be enjoying the game, the team, the whole experience..... And with that kind of attitude, he will be able to keep the streak alive - - no matter what happens with trades, etc. in the off season...... I do believe that he has found the right combination to winning....... And I am delighted that he has......
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Old 02-10-2006, 10:15 PM   #4
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I've always been a big fan of Cowher, I think he's a great coach and I'm glad people are starting to realize how much he does for the team. I think it's awesome that in addition to giving the guys the mentality to win, he also reminds them to not take themselves too seriously and to remember to have fun. I can tell it really affects the guys
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Default Re: cowher on sidelines during superbowl

Cowher has gone to the next level/stage of his career with the SB win.

In addition to being miked for the SB win, NFL Network ran a 20 minute segment last evening where Ed Sabol of NFL Films revisited the Cowher family at their house in Fox Chapel within the past year. One good aspect was that Sabol had visited Cowher at home in the mid-1990s and, since Cowher still lives in the same house, clips of Cowher and his daughters being interviewed on the deck this past year were spliced with interview clips from the previous interview of Cowher and his daughters on the deck about 10 years ago.

Bottom line is that Cowher has a life apart from football as a dedicated Dad, which Sabol says is probably why he has remained so intense but not burned out after 15 years as a head coach.

Good stuff if you catch it.
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My favorite Cowher moment from the game was when he did the first down signal from the sideline during the fourth quarter. The guy had the biggest grin I've ever seen from him. Good stuff.

Mine is when the defense was on the sideline debating the non-fumble amongst themselves and Cowher said, "Hey! It doesn't matter. Now get back out there." ...and they did just that.
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Mine is when the defense was on the sideline debating the non-fumble amongst themselves and Cowher said, "Hey! It doesn't matter. Now get back out there." ...and they did just that.
I'd have LOVED to be the proverbial 'little-mouse', and heard how he motivated the defense after the NON-interception by Polamalu, or Bettis' late-fumble, both at Indianapolis, as they went back onto the field.
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I'd have LOVED to be the proverbial 'little-mouse', and heard how he motivated the defense after the NON-interception by Polamalu, or Bettis' late-fumble, both at Indianapolis, as they went back onto the field.

That was pre-SB. I'll bet he Sh*t himself when Bettis fumbled. LOL (it's nice to be able to laugh about that now) remember how we felt at that moment? But guess what? Just like they always do, they improvised, adapted and overcame!
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Default Re: cowher on sidelines during superbowl

correction: james harrisson telling him "shit happens" didnt happen in the superbowl, it was an earlier in the season clip. i just got a kick out of cowher not being pissed but telling jerome "thats one of the best lines ive heard" (in reference to what happenend to cause a penalty)

i noticed in the nfl films highlights of the game it had the local ilkin/ hargrove broadcast. i would really like to get a copy of the game with these two calling it. i normally dont bash any of the talking heads or announcers/ commentators but madden really butchered it.
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My favorite Cowher moment from the game was when he did the first down signal from the sideline during the fourth quarter. The guy had the biggest grin I've ever seen from him. Good stuff.
I would have to say that's my favorite moment as well.
At that point he knew the game was in the bag and that 14 long years of blood, sweat and tears had finally paid off.

The great thing about Cowher winning the Superbowl is that I believe his best coaching is still yet to come.
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