It was four Super Bowl wins (although the final Super Bowl won was played in 1980) and the coach was Chuck Noll.
During the 1970s, the Steelers won the Super Bowl four times (IX, X, XIII, XIV).
The Steel Curtain in the 1970s and Blitzburgh in the 1990s , because of their defense.
There was a caucasian tight end named Randy Grossman who played for the Steelers from 1974-1981.
Super Bowl winners in the 1970s:1970- Kansas City Chiefs1971- Baltimore Colts1972- Dallas Cowboys1973- Miami Dolphins1974- Miami Dolphins1975- Pittsburgh Steelers1976- Pittsburgh Steelers1977- Oakland Raiders1978- Dallas Cowboys1979- Pittsburgh Steelers
Robin Cole was a linebacker for two of the Steelers Super Bowl wins (XIII and XIV). He played 11 seasons from 1977-1987 for the Steelers.
Wide Receiver Randy Reutershan wore the #40 for the Steelers in 1978. He was the only player to wear that number for the team during the 1970's.
DT Ernie Holmes who played with the Steelers between 1972-1977. OL Mel Holmes who played with the Steelers between 1971-1973. LB Earl Holmes who played with the Steelers between 1996-2001.
The "Steel Curtain" is a reference to the defensive line of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s. The defensive line consisted of "Mean" Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, and Dwight White.
Bud Grant was the head coach for the Minnesota Vikings between 1967 and 1983 - including every year of the 1970s.
Yes, they did.Super Bowl IX - January 12, 1975Super Bowl X- January 18, 1976Super Bowl XIII - January 21, 1979Super Bowl XIV - January 20, 1980