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Old 01-16-2008   #13
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Default Re: Road Game Tickets - GreenBay

To add to that point, I was in that general area on January 12, 2007. On that day, I recall a temp of zero degrees F with a wind chill of minus 25. The last thing you want to do in those conditions is leave the house, much less drive to and sit outside at a football game. Plus, you can't buy the clothes down here that you can up there and if you try to kluge together some kind of Houston Academy or WalMart outfit to wear up there, the cold will rip you to the bone.

The best cold/snow games are like the one you saw where the temp is in the high 20's or right around 30 with little or no wind - and snowing.

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