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Published: 2012-12-31T16:00:00+00:00

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A NEW PLATEAU IS REACHED

The Steelers 40th NFL season began with such promise in 1972, as Penn State running back Franco Harris was taken with the 13th overall pick in the first round during the annual NFL Draft. But that was just the tip of the iceberg for the Steelers, who picked up seven players who would make contributions during the next decade. Five of those players came via the draft. Along with Harris (1972-83), the Steelers secured offensive lineman Gordon Gravelle from BYU (1972-76) in the second round, Clemson tight end John McMakin in the third round (1972-74), Rhode Island defensive tackle Steve Furness in the fifth round (1972-80) and Tennessee State quarterback “Jefferson Street” Joe Gilliam in the 11th round (1972-75). The Steelers also signed Texas Southern defensive tackle Ernie “Fats” Holmes (1972-77) and Northwestern tight end-receiver Barry Pearson (1972-73). Pearson played a small part in the most famous play in NFL history, the “Immaculate Reception” touchdown catch by Harris.

“My decision to sign with the Steelers wasn’t really difficult,” Pearson told the Pittsburgh Sports Daily Bulletin. “I had a number of teams that wanted to sign me, and I selected the Steelers because Lionel Taylor, the receivers coach, had come to Northwestern and watched me practice. [He] spent time talking to me and actually called and wanted to sign me, not some scout that I had never met. As far as making the roster, you hope you get enough opportunities to show that you belong, and I guess I accomplished that.”

 

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Author:Dale Grdnic

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Sports Publishing

Published: 2012-12-31T16:00:00+00:00
A NEW PLATEAU IS REACHED

The Steelers 40th NFL season began with such promise in 1972, as Penn State running back Franco Harris was taken with the 13th overall pick in the first round during the annual NFL Draft. But that was just the tip of the iceberg for the Steelers, who picked up seven players who would make contributions during the next decade. Five of those players came via the draft. Along with Harris (1972-83), the Steelers secured offensive lineman Gordon Gravelle from BYU (1972-76) in the second round, Clemson tight end John McMakin in the third round (1972-74), Rhode Island defensive tackle Steve Furness in the fifth round (1972-80) and Tennessee State quarterback “Jefferson Street” Joe Gilliam in the 11th round (1972-75). The Steelers also signed Texas Southern defensive tackle Ernie “Fats” Holmes (1972-77) and Northwestern tight end-receiver Barry Pearson (1972-73). Pearson played a small part in the most famous play in NFL history, the “Immaculate Reception” touchdown catch by Harris.

“My decision to sign with the Steelers wasn’t really difficult,” Pearson told the Pittsburgh Sports Daily Bulletin. “I had a number of teams that wanted to sign me, and I selected the Steelers because Lionel Taylor, the receivers coach, had come to Northwestern and watched me practice. [He] spent time talking to me and actually called and wanted to sign me, not some scout that I had never met. As far as making the roster, you hope you get enough opportunities to show that you belong, and I guess I accomplished that.”

The Steelers had a few things to accomplish before Harris made history, and they achieved their goals by going 11-3 to win the AFC’s Central Division title. Their only losses were on the road, to the Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, and Dallas Cowboys. Olympic sprinter “Bullet” Bob Hayes scored on a halfback pass to key the close game for “America’s Team,” but the Steelers would get a measure of payback against the Cowboys later in the decade.

“I think 1972 was the turnaround year,” Steelers outside linebacker Andy Russell said. “We drafted Franco and lost only three games during the regular season. One of those games was to Dallas, and I had to cover Bob Hayes in that game. I had deep help, sure, but my job was to jam him.

“I went to do that one time and didn’t get the job done. When I came off the field, the coaches yelled at me. I told them it was physics. He runs a 9.1 100-yard dash, and I’d be lucky to run a 12.1. You can’t even imagine what that feels like to run next to a guy who can run that fast. It was just incredible.”

So were the Steelers that season. They reached the AFC playoffs for the first time and actually won a game at Three Rivers Stadium, thanks to Harris and the “Immaculate Reception.” In a nutshell, the Steelers held the early lead against the Oakland Raiders, 6-0, on two Roy Gerela field goals. But the

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