<b>LATROBE --</b> The Steelers went into team scrimmage three different times Monday because, as Coach Bill Cowher explained, the team committed so many minor penalties Saturday night. <br><br>So Cowher had them working as a team and the focus was evident, the tempo crisp. <br><br>Here are the notes:
August 16, 2004
"Coach Cowher always says special teams win two or three games a year; if that's true, I like to think all of us on the special teams are worth what they're paying us." A quote from punter Josh Miller, who'd have thunk it. Truth is, the Steelers special teams haven't been worth a plumb nickel for several years and if they've won any games, it's been for the opposition. <br><br> <b>Fourth Quarter: Special Ops</b>
July 15, 2003
Long before he'd ever heard of Bill Cowher, let alone break his tackles records at North Carolina State, Dantonio Burnette was known as Thunder Dan. <br><br> Long before he punctuated his legacy of goal-line tackles with the play that turned around the last Gator Bowl, he was known as Thunder Dan.
July 3, 2003