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GREEN BAY http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline.com/fred-warner-jersey , Wis. (AP) The Ice Bowl on Dec. 31, 1967, became one of the games that defined
the NFL, a contest between the Cowboys and Packers played on the tundra in Green
Bay.
The winner went to the second Super Bowl against the Oakland Raiders, but a bigger accomplishment may have been simply surviving the conditions that seemed
unbearable.
The temperature at game time was 15 below zero, with wind chill in today’s calculations at minus-48.
Article continues below ... Fifty years later, players from the Packers and Cowboys still shiver from memories of the bitter cold of a game that would become known as the Ice
Bowl.
Here is the story published by The Associated Press after the game, presented as published Jan. 1, 1968, by The Greenville News of South Carolina.

GREEN BAY Broncos Su'a Cravens Jersey , Wis. (AP) – Conservative Vince Lombardi gambled and won Sunday with 13 seconds left by going for the winning touchdown
on a Bart Starr keeper instead of a tying field goal for a 21-17 Green Bay
victory over Dallas in blue 13-below-zero Eskimo weather.
”The whole world loves a gambler, but not when he loses,” said Coach Lombardi after his Packers had won an unprecedented third straight National Football
League playoff title.
”We were out of time outs. I had the field goal team warming up. They would have gone in on the next play. But I don’t know if we would have had time to
send them in,” he said.
Quarterback Bart Starr, who said, ”We ran out of ideas,” made the gamble pay off by scoring from the one on third down behind the blocking of Jerry
Kramer.
”We were stumped for something to do. Kramer made a great block on Jethro Pugh,” he said.
The veteran Starr had thrown two touchdown passes in the first half, but the ”Doomsday Defense” of the aroused Cowboys had dumped him eight times for 76
yards in losses.
Dallas used two Green Bay fumbles to draw close with a touchdown and field goal and had gone ahead on the first play of the last quarter on a 50-yard
option pass from halfback Dan Reeves to Lance Rentzel.
”I didn’t figure all those people up there in the stands could take the cold for an overtime game,” said Lombardi with a grin. ”You can’t say I’m always
without compassion.”
Both Starr and Lombardi praised the work of Donny Anderson and Chuck Mercein Authentic Ronald Jones II Jersey , who caught important passes and made crucial gains in the game winning, 68-yard march.
The Dallas Cowboys, still carrying the memories of a heart breaking 34-27 defeat last New Year’s Day, almost made the fierce cold pay off for them in
Packer fumbles. But it wasn’t enough.
”Minus 13,” said Don Meredith, quarterback for the Cowboys. ”You just can’t do things you want to do in weather like this.”
The Cowboy defense did things it wanted to do, manhandling Starr. George Andrie was a one-man gang, and Bob Lilly Pugh and Willie Townes all had a hand
as well as linebackers Chuck Howley and Dave Edwards.
In the final analysis, it was the same old Packers, moving when they had to.
”This is what the Packers are all about Authentic Matt Moore Jersey ,” said Lombardi. ”What we did in the last two minutes – they don’t do it for individual glory, they do it because they respect
each other and have a feeling for the other fellow.”
Starr’s two touchdown passes to Boyd Dowler had built up an early 14-0 lead for the favored Packers in the frigid cold of 13 below zero weather. But Dallas
struck back by turning two fumbles into a touchdown and a field goal and then
took the lead in the final period on a 50-yard option pass from Reeves to
Rentzel.
In the dramatic final seconds, the Packers pulled it out for Lombardi, and moved into the Jan. 14 Super Bowl game at Miami against the American Football
League champion Oakland Raiders.
Trailing 17-14 with 4:54 to go, Starr took the Packers 68 yards in 12 plays, and at last crashed over for the winner after two smashes by Anderson failed to
move the ball. It was third and one when Starr took matters into his own
hands.
Spuring a field goal attempt that might have sent the game into sudden death overtime, Starr and Lombardi elected to go for the win.
”It was a question of the team knowing what they had to do with time running out,” Lombardi said. ”They arrived.”
Hundreds of the sellout crowd of 50,861 surged onto the playing surface after Starr smashed home for the big touchdown that could be worth $27,500 for each
Packer.
When the game ended two plays later Cheap Isaac Yiadom Jersey , the half frozen spectators in the gaily colored ski gear, red hunting coats and blue and yellow parkas attacked the
metal goal posts and finally twisted them to the ground.
It was the second heart breaking defeat for Coach Tom Landry and his Cowboys in two NFL title games for they had lost last New Year’s Day in the Cotton Bowl
34-27 when a desperate last-down pass by Meredith was intercepted by Tom
Brown.
Time after time, the aroused Dallas defenders smeared Starr, tossing him eight times for losses of 76 yards as he attempted to de-ice his throwing arm
and get off a pass.
It seemed that the Cowboys, who appeared on the way out of the game when the Packers ran up an early 14-0 lead, had gained the momentum to take the first
title to Dallas.
A fumble by Starr after he was hit by Townes was scooped up by defensive end Andrie, who rumbled the final seven yards for a Dallas touchdown late in the
second period.
Just before halftime, another Packer misplay gave the Cowboys a chance to close the gap. This time, it was safety Willie Wood fumbling the ball while
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