Former Packers GM Not Over Super Bowl XXXII Loss

The first Super Bowl I ever attended was Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego.

The Packers were 11 and a half-point favorites to John Elway and the Denver Broncos. Man, it was everything a Super Bowl game should be.

Except to then Packers GM Ron Wolf, he’s still not over it and blames head coach Mike Holmgren for the defeat. I love this kind of stuff, the truth.

Watch the America’s Game series and the late Reggie White says was still bothered by it, even though the Packers won the Super Bowl the season before.

It’s a great story. Worth your time to read.

Newy Scruggs
http://www.newdawg.com/

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