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[post_page_title]Franco Harris[/post_page_title]
Franco Harris was a beast for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s. He was initially drafted by the team in the 1972 draft with the 13th overall pick, and he went on to have a Hall of Fame career (inducted in 1990). But Harris also solidified himself into football glory in historic fashion for his role in the “Immaculate Reception.” On that play in the final seconds of a 1972 divisional playoff game, quarterback Terry Bradshaw launched a desperation pass over the deep middle of the field. The pass deflected off a defender and was launched backwards into the hands of a surging Harris, who took it all the way to the house for the game-winning touchdown.

Franco Harris

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