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  • By David and Kay Scott | CNHI News
  • 3 min to read

People tend to associate Green Bay, Wisconsin, with two things – the city’s NFL football team and blistering cold winters. The quintessential confluence of these two identities was the “Ice Bowl,” the 1967 New Years Eve NFL Championship game when the Green Bay Packers hosted the Dallas Cowboys.  Temperature at game time was 13 degrees below zero, with a wind chill of minus 48 degrees.  Both went downhill as the game progressed.