Show will air tomorrow 01/08/14. Link to interview to follow...
Jim Rome Interviews Jerry Kramer on 01/08/15 @ 1:20pm cst.
Link to show to follow...
By Colleen Brenton. CREATED Dec 24, 2014
"Why am I a Green Bay Packers fan? I'm not sure I ever had a chance of being anything else. Through ups and downs, they've been a constant in my life.
I've been a Packer fan since birth. I was born in Idaho, right before the first Super Bowl. My dad was a huge Jerry Kramer fan, since. all of his siblings attended the University of Idaho, like Kramer. In those days to have someone with that high a profile from our state was very unusual, and a point of pride."
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Former Elizabeth City State star and two-time Super Bowl champion Jethro Pough has reportedly passed away. The former Dallas Cowboys defensive end was 70 years-old.
The Windsor, NC native was a two-time All-CIAA selection at ECSU before embarking on a 13-year NFL career that saw him help establish the Dallas Cowboys as "America's Team." Despite never being selected to the Pro Bowl, the 1968 All-Pro is unofficially credited with 95.5 sacks during his career.
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Jerry Kramer, Zeke Bratkowski, and Bart Starr talk about #64 and his rightful place at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Story by Bob Fox
That observer will be former Packers great Jerry Kramer. Talk about a very apropos occasion.
Kramer knows all about playing the Cowboys in the postseason, as he played against them in two NFL Championship Games: in 1966 in Dallas at the Cotton Bowl and in 1967 at Lambeau. The Packers won both of those contests..."
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Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr (15) scores the game-winning touchdown in the 1967 NFL Championship Game on Dec. 31, 1967, at Lambeau Field in Green Bay. The game, played on a frozen field in wind chills that dipped more than 40 degrees below.
The 'Ice Bowl', One of the NFLS most historic games...
What was the significance of the game?
This was the 1967 National Football League Championship Game. The winner of this would go on to play the winner of the American Football League (AFL) in Super Bowl II.
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Story by Fox 11 News
"GREEN BAY – Get pumped up for this weekend’s Packers-Cowboys playoff game with pep rallies, one outside Lambeau Field on Saturday and one Downtown Green Bay on Friday...
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Story by Bob Berghaus
"The Packers jumped out to a 14-0 lead, but the Cowboys battled back and took a 17-14 advantage on a 50-yard halfback option pass from Dan Reeves to Lance Rentzel on the first play of the fourth quarter.
That led to the dramatic conclusion in which Packers quarterback Bart Starr guided his team on a 68-yard touchdown drive that gave the Packers their third straight NFL title. One of the heroes for the Packers was Chuck Mercein, a fullback who had been cut at midseason by the New York Giants. He accounted for 34 yards on the drive, including 19 on a pass from Starr that moved the ball to the Dallas 11. He then ran for 8 yards to the 3, four plays before the winning score..."
Story by Sam Blair
"Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the Dec. 31, 1987, edition of The Dallas Morning News to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1967 NFL Championship Game between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. The teams will meet at Lambeau Field in the playoffs for the first time since that game on Sunday following the Cowboys' playoff win over Detroit..."
The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers played one of the greatest and most famous games in NFL history 48 years ago. The 1967 NFL Championship was termed the "Ice Bowl" because of the absolutely frigid game-time conditions, where the on-field temperature for the start of the game was approximately minus-15 degrees, with an average wind-chill of minus-36. >>>> click the link to read more
Chester Marcol, Paul Hornung and Jerry Kramer will be signing autographs at the Stadium View Grill in Green Bay, this Saturday (Dec. 10th) from 4:30pm to 7:30pm.
Blackie Sherrod is famed sports columnist for the Dallas Morning News
This week, as hype builds for Sunday's showdown at Lambeau Field between the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers, you're sure to hear every Cheesehead of a certain age from Kenosha to Superior claim to have been at the teams' last postseason meeting: the legendary Ice Bowl...