Recently, I finished "When Pride Still Mattered," an expansive 500-plus page biography of Vince Lombardi, the late Hall of Fame coach of the Green Bay Packers, whose surname is emblazoned on the trophy given to the winner of the annual Super Bowl contest.
The tome prompted me to reflect back to a blustery mid-winter day in the mid-1960s.
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