Morning Links (and Daily Thread)…

A quick daily look at what’s happening around Steelers Nation. And consider this your open thread for discussing the days events and, well, anything else that comes to mind about the Black and Gold.

– It’s Friday, and that means it’s time to get some predictions for Sunday’s game. Let’s hear them, people.

– Steelers Lounge Podcast #4 is ready for your enjoyment. [Steelers Lounge Podcast #4]

– Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris is taking the smart approach when it comes to preparing for James Harrison: Give him a lot of praise and don’t say anything to piss him off. That still probably won’t work. [One For The Other Thumb]

– Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan was fined $5,000 for his role in that little fight on Sunday. His response: “It’s a putt-putt league now.” [National Football Post]

– Previewing the top-five games this weekend. [Mondesi's House at 93.7 The Fan]

– And for your random YouTube of the day: Neil O’Donnell to Dwight Stone for an 89-yard touchdown.

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  • steeler junky

    If Batch doesn’t get injured, Steelers 24 -Tampa 17.

    • Dean Keaton

      I still think there is a good chance Leftwich starts.

  • countertorque

    Steelers 13-3

  • Dean Keaton

    My pick: Steelers 13-6.

  • EasyLikeSundayMorning

    Steelers 16 – Bucs 10. Steelers throw a flea flicker to Wallace for a TD. And Berman calls the stadium The Big Sombrero and makes a musical reference from before any of the players was born.

    Until I see him, I’m assuming Cody Grimm is shaped like Russ Grimm. Should be an interesting face-off when Big Snack is our QB.

  • John S.

    16-10 Steelers. A defensive or special teams touchdown for each team.

  • RoB D

    6-3 Steelers.

    I’m not sure where we are going to find 6 pts. but we’ll do it.

    hee hee

  • Cols714

    Steelers 17-7
    This one shouldn’t be too hard. Unless of course Josh Freeman really is Ben 2.0.

  • Anonymous

    Almost-random thought triggered by the discussion of players’ universities in the audio post.

    Franco Harris’ collegiate head coach was Joe Paterno.

    • ryan

      Oh my. I just checked: Paterno was 45 when Franco left for the NFL in 1972.

  • Randy Steele

    Steelers over the Bucs, 2 – 1.