The Ice Bowl

The Ice Bowl Recalls the NFL championship game played between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers on December in temperatures well below zero

  • Title: The Ice Bowl
  • Author: Edward Gruver
  • ISBN: 9780935526387
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Recalls the NFL championship game played between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers on December 31, 1967 in temperatures well below zero.

    The Ice Bowl Football History Pro Football Hall of The Ice Bowl Pro football fans in Green Bay, Wisconsin have always been recognized as a loyal and hearty bunch But one wouldn t have faulted even the most loyal Packer Backer if he d decided not to attend the NFL Championship game between the Packers and Dallas Cowboys. NFL Championship Game America s Game The Ice Bowl NFL Videos NFL Films chronicles the Ice Bowl between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers The destination for all National Football League related video on the web Game and player highlights Ice Bowl Ice Bowl The term Ice Bowl may refer to several different sporting events that are or were scheduled during cold weather Ice Bowl, nickname for the Cotton Bowl Classic, a postseason college football game between the Arkansas Razorbacks and LSU Tigers that ended in a scoreless tie. NFL The Ice Bowl packers A look back at one of the NFL s greatest moments The NFL Championship between the Packers and the Cowboys See the best throws from Green Bay The Ice Bowl The Cold Truth About Football s Oct , An insightful, bone chilling replay of pro football s greatest game The Ice Bowl captures all the chilling drama and finally gives Ken Bowman his share of pro football s most famous block Gordon Forbes, Pro Football Editor, USA Today Gordon Forbes, Pro Football Editor, USA Today

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    499 thoughts on “The Ice Bowl

    • Good detail about a classic moment in NFL historyThis book brings back detailed memories of a powerful and defining moment in NFL history. Even though I was only born in 1967, I now feel a keen sense of that day and that moment. What a powerful scene - Arctic temps, high stakes, Hall of Fame players, and two of the greatest coaches in the history of the game.If you love history, football, and defining momentsad this book.

    • The Ice Bowl is a historical fiction book. It was written by Edward Gruver. I enjoyed this book because it dates back to a very historical event in football history. It covers the whole game between the cowboys and packers. I gave this a 4 star rating because it was a very interesting books. I recommend this for football fans.

    • Great read for those wanting to learn history's greatest football game!I got so entranced with the detailed information about a game played by 2 of the greatest teams in NFL history. The Ice Bowl was played before I was born, but the writing of this is so detailed and accurate, that I felt as if I was in the stands and freezing cold weather, watching in real time. The more I read about Lombardi and Landry, the more I realized just how great they truly were. This is perfect for someone who wants [...]

    • Una partita epica raccontata in maniera straordinaria. Una montagna di aneddoti, informazioni, particolari tale da perdersi.Splendida l'introduzione "storica" per inquadrare le squadre e, soprattutto, i due allenatori, la loro provenienza comune, le esperienze e le filosofie.Il capitolo finale dedicato al drive conclusivo della partita vale da solo tutto il libro per la maestaria con cui viene raccontato.

    • I read a favorable and inviting review of this book, so I was surprised to find it a dud. It was far too detailed for my interest as just a fan, and I felt somewhat let down--the author promised to surprise and enlighten me and did neither. I guess a real intense football fan would probably enjoy this.

    • I very much enjoyed reading this book. It was well written in an engaging style.There was good background on the coaches, some players, and history behind the game. This included its significance to both teams and their playing history.The most interesting item was Mercin's explanation for why his arms were up; appearing to signal the touchdown.

    • Lots of names of all players from my youth but too technical and football terms and radio play-by-play segments were boring. I would not recommend this book.

    • A lot of interesting football factoids. Probably any football fan would enjoy this, but especially Packer & Cowboy fans for obvious reasons.

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