The Ice Bowl: The Cold Truth About Football's Most Unforgettable Game
The day of the Ice Bowl game was so cold, the referees' whistles wouldn't work; so cold, the reporters' coffee froze in the press booth; so cold, fans built small fires in the concrete and metal stands; so cold, TV cables froze and photographers didn't dare touch the metal of their equipment; so cold, the game was as much about survival as it was about skill and strategy. On New Year's Eve, 1967, ...
Paperback: 255 pages
Publisher: McBooks Press (October 1, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2888427
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“This is an interesting book about one of the most famous games in NFL history, the "Ice Bowl" game at Lambeau Field in Green Bay on New Year's Eve, 1967, between the Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. By the end of the game, the temperature was 20 below...”
he Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers met for a classic NFL championship game, played on a frozen field in sub-zero weather. The "Ice Bowl" challenged every skill of these two great teams. Here's the whole story, based on dozens of interviews with people who were there—on the field and off—told by author Ed Gruver with passion, suspense, wit, and accuracy.