Guess the Score This Sunday and Win a Copy of the Book: Dan Rooney – My 75 Years with the Steelers and the NFL

This week we are hosting a contest on Steelers Gab for a copy of the book about Dan Rooney – Dan Rooney: My 75 Years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the NFL

Here’s what the Book is all about:

Legendary chairman of the five-time Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers, Dan Rooney, tells his life story for the first time. From growing up on Pittsburgh’s notorious North Side, to vying with Johnny Unitas for top high school quarterback honors in Western Pennsylvania, from learning how to run a major sports franchise from his father, Art Rooney (“the Chief”), to helping shape the modern NFL, Rooney serves up a fascinating account of personal and professional achievement.

He also discusses his relationships with players, coaches, NFL commissioners, his beloved family, and the devoted fans known as “Steelers Nation.”

Whether advocating hiring more minority head coaches through creation of the Rooney Rule or helping pave the way for the merger of the AFL and NFL, Rooney reveals the dynamics that have made him such a respected force in pro football.

If you want to win a copy, all you have to do is Leave a Comment with your prediction of the Score on Sundays game!

Please remember, LEAVE YOUR EMAIL with your comment (it will ask for it in when you leave it) that way I can contact you. If more than one person has the score correct, we will pick a winner at random!

Good Luck!

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