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  • In the Locker Room: Tales of the Pittsburgh Steelers from the Playing Field to the Broadcast Booth (English Edition)
  • Scott Brown
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  • 13 November 2019

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                        In the Locker Room: Tales of the Pittsburgh Steelers from the Playing Field to the Broadcast Booth (English Edition)
                    
                
            The author gives the inside story of what it is like to be a player in the NFL from the perspective of a later round pick who has to work into the starting lineup. As a Steelers broadcaster, analyst, and former offensive tackle, Tunch Ilkin has lived and breathed Pittsburgh football for the better part of the last four decades With In the Locker Room Tales of the Pittsburgh Steelers from the Playing Field to the Broadcast Booth, Ilkin provides insight into the Steelers inner sanctum as only he can Featuring conversations with players past and present as well as off the wall anecdotes, this is a reader s ticket to some of the most memorable moments and characters in Steel City football history.Tunch Ilkin played offensive tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1980 to 1992, appearing in two Pro Bowls He has served as a Steelers broadcaster and analyst for the past 20 years and is the host of the long running In the Locker Room radio show with Craig Wolfley on ESPN 970.Scott Brown is an author and freelance writer who has written for ESPN.com, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, and Florida Today Brown has authored or coauthored several sports books, including The Pittsburgh Steelers Fans Bucket List and Miracle in the Making The Adam Taliaferro Story. Big Steeler fan so my husband loved this book It revealed lots of inside info on stories he d heard about and gave him new perspectives on players, the team and behind the scenes stories He loved it. Tunch s book is a refreshing read A great insight into football yesterday and today Tunch is a man of Christ and openly discusses his faith both in the book and in real life I am proud to call Tunch a Brother. I love the casual tone of the book and the stories and history shared are a must read for any Pittsburgh Steelers fan