The Bus Last Stop

There was no doubt in my mind that Jerome Bettis was going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.   He was elected the Saturday night before the Super Bowl.   His statistics were good enough to get, but he had to wait for Marshall Faulk and Curtis Martin to get in before him. Writers for years had advocating him to get in, but it was not until this year that it happened.   I had the privilege of meeting him at Monroeville Mall when his book came out and he was nice individual. Later on this year I will go to Canton,Ohio and go the Hall of Fame, and look at his bust plus remembering all of his accomplishments.

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