Ice Bowl Edward Gruver

ISBN: 9780935526479

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Ice Bowl  by  Edward Gruver

Ice Bowl by Edward Gruver
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In a voice raw and hoarse from shouting in the minus-50 degree windchill, Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr bent low in the Packers huddle on December 31, 1967 and called the most controversial play in NFL history. 31 Wedge, Starr said in a puffMoreIn a voice raw and hoarse from shouting in the minus-50 degree windchill, Green Bay quarterback Bart Starr bent low in the Packers huddle on December 31, 1967 and called the most controversial play in NFL history. 31 Wedge, Starr said in a puff of steam, and Ill carry the ball. Three feet of ice-slick turf and a Dallas Cowboys defense known as Doomsday separated the Packers from the winning touchdown in the title game.

Out of time-outs, Starr called his own number on a quarterback sneak. It was an all-or-nothing gamble, ending a 68-yard march with 13 seconds left to play.Thats a preview of the quick-paced, suspense-filled narrative The Ice Bowl delivers. This 1967 NFL championship, dubbed the Ice Bowl, pitted Vince Lomardis Green Bay Packers against arch rival Tom Landrys Dallas Cowboys in the ultimate test of skill, strategy, and endurance. The Ice Bowl culminated in 16-degrees-sub-zero temperatures with an ending no football fan will ever forget.A welcome present for football -- especially Packers -- fans everywhere.



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