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Former Two Time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Lineman Chris Hoke joined The Cook and Poni Show on Tuesday to talk about a tough decision the Steelers had to make with releasing Brett Keisel and could have to make with releasing Troy Polamalu and not resigning James Harrison.
Kentucky head coach and Moon Township native John Calipari took time out of his busy schedule to talk to “The Cook and Poni Show” Friday as his undefeated team prepares for the regular season finale tomorrow against Florida.
Former Pitt and UCLA Head Men’s Basketball Coach Ben Howland joined The Cook and Poni Show on Wednesday. He thinks Pitt can get in to the NCAA Tournament if they can win the final two regular season games.
Rutherford says he feels no pressure to make any additional deals because of the moves they have already made.
Walk says if Pedro Alvarez can regain his power swing teh Pirates may have the best offense in the league.
Jerome Bettis said as the years passed, he began to have doubts if he would ever get into the Hall of Fame.
Pittsburgh Pirates Broadcaster John Wehner says he feels the Pirates may have a better chance than anyone of winning the division.
Dixon says he still has the utmost respect for Syracuse Jim Boeheim and the program.
Jay Caufield says Beau Bennett has to prove he can still be a top six forward and it has to happen soon.
Bell says Blount learned his lesson and he is glad he is getting another shot. He laos is excited for the Steelers offense next year.
Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber joined The Cook and Poni Show from radio row at the Super Bowl on Thursday.
Drafted in 1998 to be one of the next great Steelers defensive linemen, California native Jeremy Staat lasted only a couple of years. Eventually joining the Marine Corps following the death of his friend Pat Tillman, Staat told The Cook and Poni Show on 93.7 the Fan Thursday about his journey
Marino says being stable with the coaching staff is what Pitt football needs most.
Feely says the NFL dropped the ball 15 years ago for allowing quarterbacks to do whatever they wanted with footballs.
Malone tells The Cook and Poni Show even if there is no smoking gun found the Patriots still need punished because of their history.