During the dead time of the off season, it is often difficult to find something which satisfies that Packers fix we all need. Especially on Sundays.
Luckily for you (and us) Packers Talk Radio Network is here to help.
Starting today, we will be offering a weekly feature on Sundays which will hopefully help you cope with the boredom of the off season, and the long Sundays which accompany it.
We will be posting a video every Sunday morning of Packers memories from yesteryear, which we hope will bring a smile to your faces as you remember some of the great moments in Packers history.
Today we are pleased to offer you the famous Snow Bowl game from 1985.
Lynn Dickey. James Lofton. Paul Coffman. Ezra Johnson. These are just some of the names you’ll hear mentioned during this broadcast, which was played in ridiculous weather conditions in front of a mere 19,856 Packer faithful who braved the elements on this Sunday more than 20 years ago.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy a trip down memory lane with this classic game. And when you are done watching, head over to AllGBP.com and check out this week’s edition of Surviving Sunday: Packers News, Notes and Links for the Football Deprived.
Go Pack Go!