Thursday, October 11, 2012
Steelers fans will infiltrate LP Field
By Paul Kuharsky
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Once upon a time, Steelers fans invaded an NFL game in Tennessee to such a large degree, it prompted a major organizational change.
In 1997, when the Tennessee Oilers played in Memphis, so many Steelers fans filled the Liberty Bowl for the team’s finale. Bud Adams couldn’t get over it.
He negotiated out of a second year in Memphis and got the team to Vanderbilt Stadium for its final year before the franchise’s new stadium was ready.
An hour before kickoff, LP Field is still largely empty. Of those in here, most are wearing black and gold.
As it fills up, it’ll be no surprise to see much more of the same.
The Titans are passing out pink towels as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a wise choice as they look to offset Terrible Towels of another color.
The full list of inactives for tonight: