May 28, 1974: "Steelers coach Chuck Noll and his four quarterbacks — Terry Hanratty, Terry Bradshaw, Joe Gilliam and Frank Kolch"
This picture oozes a definite ’70s vibe. It reminds us of Abba’s “Waterloo” and eight-track tapes and the TV show “Chico and the Man.” We’re still debating whether it was a good year for pop culture. For the Steelers, there’s no question: It was a great year. In January, the team pulled off its best draft ever (we got Lynn Swann, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth and Mike Webster, all now Hall of Famers). On the field, Coach Noll’s team won the AFC Championship and then pounded the Vikings 16-6 in Super Bowl IX. Now, if we could just get that idiotic tune “The Streak” out of our heads …
(Photo by Ed Morgan, Pittsburgh Press)
— Steve Mellon

May 28, 1974: "Steelers coach Chuck Noll and his four quarterbacks — Terry Hanratty, Terry Bradshaw, Joe Gilliam and Frank Kolch"

This picture oozes a definite ’70s vibe. It reminds us of Abba’s “Waterloo” and eight-track tapes and the TV show “Chico and the Man.” We’re still debating whether it was a good year for pop culture. For the Steelers, there’s no question: It was a great year. In January, the team pulled off its best draft ever (we got Lynn Swann, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth and Mike Webster, all now Hall of Famers). On the field, Coach Noll’s team won the AFC Championship and then pounded the Vikings 16-6 in Super Bowl IX. Now, if we could just get that idiotic tune “The Streak” out of our heads …

(Photo by Ed Morgan, Pittsburgh Press)

— Steve Mellon

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