Schupak: Franco Harris, a legendary football player, was remembered for his love of golf and the Immaculate Dinner Reception.
As I was leaving the 2015 Presidents Cup opening ceremonies in Korea after finishing my last piece of cake, I stumbled upon a familiar face.
Franco Harris, an NFL Hall of Fame running back, was the speaker, not former
President George W. Bush, nor Kenny G., the saxophonist, who played in front of a sea of selfie-taking Korean fans.
Best renowned for catching "The Immaculate Reception," regarded as the most iconic play in NFL history
Harris won four Super Bowl championships with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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That trip in Korea surely increased his passion for golf. The football legend was brought back to his Super Bowl days
days as he witnessed the 12-man squads for the Presidents Cup being unveiled amid much excitement.
Harris admitted, "I have to admit, I got all worked up. It's absurd. It's been a terrific year, starting with the British and continuing with the Presidents Cup.