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Father & daughter share a birthday month…

so why not let them share a birthday post, and a beautiful poem?




‘When I was a baby, you would hold me in your arms. I felt the love and tenderness, keeping me safe from harm.’





‘I would look up into your eyes, and all the love I would see. How did I get so lucky, you were the dad chosen for me.’





‘There is something special about a father’s love. Seems it was sent to me from someplace up above.’





‘Our love is everlasting, I just wanted you to know. That you’re my special hero and I wanted to tell you so.’



Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Ben (March 2nd) and a very Happy Birthday to Baylee (March 19th)!!


(Poem, “Special Hero”, by Christina M. Kerschen)



By |March 2nd, 2024|

From the Steelers: The “Voice of the Steelers” for 30 years…

is ready to retire!




“Congratulations to Bill Hillgrove! You will certainly be missed. It was an honor to have you call my games. Enjoy your retirement!” — Ben.




And the perfect Throwback Thursday:





By |February 29th, 2024|

“Big Ben the tight end?”

“Ohio State saw different position match for Roethlisberger”




From Jayson Lillie at Steelers Depot today:


Imagine this nightmare scenario for Steelers fans. It’s 1999, and a senior at Findlay High School in Ohio named Ben Roethlisberger is scheduled to make his college commitment announcement. He sits down at a table with his parents and high school coach and says the following: “I’ve decided to continue my academic and athletic career at The Ohio State University…as a TIGHT END.”

The thought of that is enough to wake Steeler Nation up from its collective slumber in a cold sweat. No #7, no Super Bowl heroics, no franchise QB for almost two decades.

If the Buckeyes’ brain trust in Columbus had its way, this nightmare could have been a reality.


Enjoy Jayson’s full article here.



By |February 24th, 2024|

‘Fore’ a great cause

Step onto the course, your golf bag slung over your shoulder, and sharing the round with you is former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. This dream scenario isn’t just a fantasy for one lucky fan, but a beacon of hope for countless individuals battling leukemia and lymphoma.

The event, a golf outing with Big Ben at the prestigious Oakmont Country Club, offers more than just a day on the course. It’s a lifeline for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, with all proceeds from the bidding, which is set to conclude on March 5th, directly benefiting the organization.




There is no better place to spend time with Big Ben than at the historic Oakmont Country Club! Bid to enjoy an unforgettable accompanied round of golf and lunch at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, PA with two-time Super Bowl Champion, Ben Roethlisberger!



Introduced in 1903 by designer Henry Fownes, Oakmont Country Club has hosted more combined USGA and PGA championships than any other course in the U.S., including nine United States Opens, five U.S. Amateurs, three PGA Championships, and two U.S. Women’s Opens. Oakmont remains perhaps the most difficult course in North America, with 175 deep bunkers (personified by the Church Pews), hard and slick greens that slope away from the player, and tight fairways requiring the utmost precision. Oakmont was the site of “the greatest round of the 20th century”: Johnny Miller’s final round 63 at the 1973 U.S. Open. Golf Digest ranks Oakmont #5 in its most recent version of America’s Top 100 courses.

The bid so far is at $5,000.


You can get all the info right here.



By |February 21st, 2024|

“Building Resiliency: Ben Roethlisberger’s Playbook for Conquering Adversity”

Big Ben on “Alpha 5 Method with Bruce Gradkowski” today:

‘Ben stops by to talk about his football career, and life after football. Tune in to hear Ben speak candidly about pivotal moments in his life where he has had to overcome obstacles that stood in his way, and what you can do when you are facing adversity in your own life. Join the conversation for an inside look.’





You can watch more of Bruce Gradkowski’s episodes here.



By |February 20th, 2024|