7 edition of Myron Cope found in the catalog.
March 1, 2006 by Sports Publishing .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||300|
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Review Title: Myron Cope, on sports. And other things Long time Pittsburgh and western PA residents (in the days before cable the WTAE TV signal reached rooftop antennas for over a mile radius) will remember the crooked pucker-faced squint and the grating high pitched voice that always spoke with the speed and volume of an exclamation point/5.
The book was good. Myron Cope book takes you through the golden years of the Steelers and gives you a behind the scene look at the players, coaches, and the Rooneys. He's got some great stories as well and his honesty is clearly evident throughout the book.
This is a must read for any Steelers fan especially one who lived through the Super Bowls of the 70's/5(2). Books By Myron Cope All by Myron Cope, Franco Harris Paperback.
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I'm shocked this book is not owned by more people. Myron Cope was a local celebrity in the Pittburgh area. But his career included many national sports events. He wrote for Sports Illustrated interviewing many of the most well Myron Cope book sports figures at the beginning of their career, including Muhammad Ali and Howard Cosell/5(3).
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Myron Cope (Janu – Febru ), was best known for being "the voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers", but he was also an award winning journalist and radio more than 30 years Myron was a fixture on Pittsburgh’s TVs and radios.
He was a sportscaster for WTAE TV as well as hosting a radio talk show on WTAE-AM. Born in Pittsburgh on JanuMyron Cope is one of the best-known voices of sportscasting on both radio and television. Most famous for his sports commentary on the Pittsburgh Steelers, he is also an acclaimed sportswriter.
His book, Myron Cope: Double Yoi. (), is a memoir that goes behind the scenes of his legendary career. History of The Terrible Towel® InThe Terrible Towel® was created by the late Steelers broadcaster Myron Cope to inspire fan involvement in the December 27th playoff game against the then-Baltimore Colts.
More than thirty-five years later, The Terrible Towel® remains a Steelers fan essential. According to Myron in his book Double Yoi. Now lengthily updated to include Myron Cope's odyssey into retirement and the Steelers' breathtaking Super Bowl XL run, this entertaining, revealing memoir of the Pittsburgh writer-turned-broadcaster recounts memories and behind-the-scenes stories from a career that many call truly special.
No broadcaster has come even close to matching his. Myron Cope: Double Yoi. by Myron Cope. Sports Publishing LLC. Hardcover. POOR. Noticeably used book. Heavy wear to cover. Pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting.
Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, and dust jackets may not be included.
10) The Game That Was by Myron Cope (The World Publishing Company, ). One year after the release of Pro Football's Rag Days, author Myron Cope (his second book on the list after Off My Chest, # 52) delivers The Game That Was, an oral history of early pro football. Cope interviews the key players of the early days of the NFL including Red.
The game that was; book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5(2). In the book, Passarello writes about famous voices from cultural history, including the eighteenth-century castrato Farinelli, punk rock crows, impressionists, the rebel yell, the Wilhelm Scream, the Howard "Dean Scream," Pittsburgh sportscaster Myron Cope's "Yoy!", and Marlon Brando's "Stella!" from A Alma mater: University of Pittsburgh, Iowa Writers'.
Myron Cope passed away. The obituary was featured in Legacy on Februand Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Febru View their obituary at Myron Cope, the longtime broadcaster for the N.F.L’s Steelers who became a sports treasure in Pittsburgh with his distinctive vocabulary and his creation of the fans’ Terrible Towel, died.
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an excited exclamation by the late Myron Cope, color commentator for the Pittsburgh Stillers (Steelers). Often yelled with a single "YOI!" when a great play or great hit occured on the field. Jim O'Brien was the founding editor of Street & Smith's Basketball Yearbook in and continued to be associated with the magazine for more than 35 years.
It became the No. 1 selling annual of its kind in the country and the official NBA pre-season magazine. The book is a real block-buster – pages, with over photographs, This book had numerous unexpected insights into the lives of these individuals.
But that's not what drew me to the book. At its core, its about Myron Cope, the Pittsburgh area, and a story of how working hard got you places in America (I hope that's still true, but I'm not sure)/5(2). Myroncope (prov. designation: MC) is an asteroid of the Mitidika family from the central region of the asteroid was discovered on 16 Juneby American astronomer Timothy Spahr at the Catalina Station in Arizona, United States.
The assumed S-type asteroid has a rotation period of hours and measures approximately 10 kilometers (6 miles) in ered by: T. B. Spahr.It’s been a quasi-religious tradition for Pittsburghers since the ’70s. Each and every Sunday It’s been a quasi-religious tradition for Pittsburghers since the ’70s.
Each and every Sunday during football season, fans around the area are cracking open a cold one and settling into their overstuffed armchairs. Donned in black and gold, they switch on.The book talks about some of the people who had an effect on his life.
“It’s about my relationship with everyone from Coach Noll, to the chief, to the ambassador and Myron,” Ilkin tells KDKA Radio. It also includes stories about some of his most memorable experiences, like his first time working with Myron Cope in the broadcasting booth.