Lambeau Left Out: Should the NFL Consider a “Frozen Tundra” Super Bowl?

May 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

So far in my 17 years of being alive, I've witnessed many things.  Whether it's wardrobe malfunctions at the Super Bowl, crazy Pittsburgh Steeler fans trying their damnedest to impersonate Man vs. Wild or of course Spock dying in Star Trek the Wrath of Khan, I feel I've witnessed just about everything this world has to offer. 
Except for one thing, snow.
I've heard about it, I've seen it on television, but I've never truly witnessed it in person, or experienced it's silky white texture.
As strange as this may be to some, snow is something I've simply missed out on.  However, as a Green Bay Packer fan, I have been privileged to quite a few occasions of snow covered games at Lambeau Field on television, along with the dedicated snow shoverller's that risk frostbite just so we at home can see the 50-yard line.
On the eve of perhaps one of the biggest offseason announcements regarding Super Bowl XLVIII, it got me thinking, what if Green Bay were to hos...

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