For a franchise with such a long and lyrical history as the Packers, there were thousands of opportunities to play a game that really mattered. Over twenty of the Packers men open up about that singular moment when it all came together.
Chuck Carlson has been a sports journalist for three decades. For ten years he primarily covered the Green Bay Packers, along with University of Wisconsin sports, for the Post-Crescent in Appleton, Wisconsin. He is also a longtime freelance writer and guest on various TV and radio shows. This is the fourth book Carlson has written about the Green Bay Packers, including Titletown Again, the official book of the Packers 1996 Super Bowl season, and Tales from theGreen Bay Packers Sideline. Bob Harlan first joined the Green Bay Packers in 1971 as assistant general manager. He quickly moved up the ranks and spent nineteen years as the CEO of the Green Bay Packers organization. He was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 2004, and retired in 2008.