But his extensive piece last weekend on the problems with literary fiction did strike a chord with me. Liddle argues that generation fiction might once have a source of brain fuel, but--at least for him--it now seldom fires the imagination:
He played his first 12 years in the NFL with the Steelers; his 13th and final year was spent with the Seahawks.
He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in While playing for Penn State's Nittany LionsHarris served primarily as a blocker for the All-American running back Lydell Mitchellthough he amassed 2, yards rushing with 24 touchdowns and averaged over 5 yards per carry, while also catching 28 passes for yards and another touchdown.
He led the team in scoring in In that season he gained 1, yards on carries, with a 5.
He also rushed for 10 touchdowns and caught four touchdown passes. He was popular with Pittsburgh's large Italian-American population: Harris was chosen for nine consecutive Pro Bowls from throughand was All-Pro in Harris rushed for more than 1, yards in eight seasons, breaking a record set by Jim Brown.
The running back tandem of Harris and Rocky Bleier combined with a strong defense to win four Super Bowls following the,and seasons. Harris was a major contributor for the Steelers in all of their first four Super Bowl wins. His Super Bowl career totals of carries for yards are records and his four career rushing touchdowns are tied for the second most in Super Bowl history.
Harris claims he extended his career and thus his contribution to the team's objectives including four Super Bowl victories by avoiding unnecessary contact. Simpson after the season, Harris became the career rushing leader among active players.
The Rooney family refused, believing that Harris was on the downside of his career, and Harris threatened to hold out. The Steelers released Harris in training camp in and he eventually signed with the Seattle Seahawks during the season.
In his 13 professional seasons, Harris gained 12, yards then 3rd all-time  on 2, carries, a 4. Harris's 12, career rushing yards rank him 12th all time in the NFLwhile his 91 career rushing touchdowns rank him 10th all time tied with Jerome Bettis.
While the Steelers have only officially retired two uniform numbers Ernie Stautner 's number 70 and Joe Greene 's number 75they have not reissued his number 32 since he left the team, and it is generally understood that no Steelers player will ever wear that number again.
Harris was a key player in one of professional football's most famous plays, dubbed " The Immaculate Reception " by Pittsburgh sportscaster Myron Cope. In a playoff game, the Oakland Raiders were leading the Steelers with 22 seconds to play when a Terry Bradshaw pass was deflected away from intended receiver John "Frenchy" Fuqua right as defender Jack Tatum arrived to tackle Fuqua.
Harris snatched the ball just before it hit the ground and ran it into the endzone to win the game. The Raiders challenged the touchdown, claiming that Fuqua had handled the ball before Harris, which would invalidate the score because at that time it was against the rules for two offensive receivers to touch the ball.
The Steelers maintained that the ball had touched Tatum instead. According to a recounting by the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the film of the play is inconclusive. The statue is a recreation of Harris's " Immaculate Reception.
The business was renamed to RSuper Foods in This is a reference to Franco's mixed racial heritage. Harris briefly worked with The Meadows Racetrack and Casino inbefore the casino suspended the relationship after Harris' comments in support of Joe Paternohis coach while at Penn State, during the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.Publication Date Genre bibliography theses fiction Holding Location University of South Florida Resource Identifier ESFE Franco Harris (born March 7, ) is a former American football fullback who played professionally in the National Football League (NFL) for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Seattle Seahawks.
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