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Related Web Sites:
Green Bay Packers

Super Bowl History

History of the Super Bowl


Read More About It

"Greatest Moments in Green Bay Packer Football History" by Todd Korth

"The History of the Green Bay Packers" by Larry Names


Vocabulary:

consecutive
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Interesting Fact:

The Green Bay Packers have won more championships (12) than any other team in National Football League history.


Study Questions:

  • How did the Packers score in the second Super Bowl?
  • Super Bowl II was the last game for several prominent Packers. Who were they?
  • Using a newspaper from January 15, 1968, find the game statistics for yardage, first downs and turnovers.


    Search these newspaper databases for additional stories about the history of the Green Bay Packers:

  • Newspapers on BadgerLink
  • Wisconsin Historical Society


    U.S. historical events that occurred on January 14:

    1784: The U.S. ratifies a peace treaty with England ending the Revolutionary War.
    1952: The "Today" show premieres on NBC.



  • January 14

    January 14, 1968: The Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl for the second consecutive year, beating the Oakland Raiders, 33 to 14. On January 15 the previous year the Packers won the first Super Bowl, beating the Kansas City Chiefs, 35 to 10.


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