Myron Cope, Pittsburgh Steelers color commentator, retires after a 35 year career
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Myron Cope, a locally famous sports announcer for the Pittsburgh Steelers, a National Football League team, has announced his retirement from the booth, effective immediately. Cope had a 35 year career announcing Steelers games with his familiar scratchy voice, often punctuated with unique Yiddish expressions, such as "Feh" and "Yoi", which brought delight to fans.
- Alan Robinson. "Steelers Broadcaster Myron Cope Retires" — , June 21, 2005
- Kristian McHenry. "Pittsburgh Steelers announcer Myron Cope retires after 35 years" — , June 22, 2005
- "NFL notes: Steelers' Myron Cope retiring from booth" — , June 22, 2005
- Rob Rossi. "Cope's place in booth will remain unfilled" — , June 22, 2005
- Mike Bires. "He was sometimes a homer, sometimes zany, but Cope always spoke his mind" — , June 22, 2005
- "Steelers Broadcaster Myron Cope Retiring" — , June 21, 2005
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