By Andrew Malkasian When you’ve spent a longtime in schools you begin to identify the extent to which kids try to define themselves. Some students gravitate toward hobbies or interests that give them social clout. Some adopt external fashions respective of a particular “scene” they belong to. Others, are simply enthusiasts of the esoteric. ForContinue reading “A Steeled Fandom”
By Jeremy Hritz It’d be nice if the Steelers had a surplus of picks and could snag a gem at every position of even the slightest need in the NFL draft. However, the reality is their number of picks are finite, and short of trading back or out of the first round, they are headingContinue reading “Steelers Draft Needs 2021”
By Andrew Malkasian The suburbs of Philadelphia certainly aren’t a hotbed of Steelers fandom necessarily. Yet, our mutual ambition for celebrating the Steelers from the other side of the state is less absurd than some would think. As far as I’m concerned, the Steelers and Eastern Pennsylvania, and by extension the Eagles, have much moreContinue reading “PA Football and Bert Bell”
By Jeremy Hritz The NFL Draft is almost here, and the buzz and enthusiasm is reaching a deafening peak. For NFL and Steelers nerds like myself, draft season is the equivalent to Christmas for a toddler, and there are lots of goodies that will be delivered over 3 days of magic and wonder, starting AprilContinue reading “Trade Up, Trade Down, or Stay Put?”
By Jeremy Hritz One of the beautiful elements of watching professional sports, especially the NFL, is that every team, any game, has the chance, the opportunity for victory. No matter the records, odds, airtight statistics, if you have 11 players lining up on offense and defense, your team has the potential to get it done.Continue reading “It’s Just Too Easy to Be a Pessimist”
By Andrew Malkasian and Jeremy Hritz The first-ever edition of The Steel Study Podcast is here! Give it a listen, and let us know what you think!