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Bart Starr's drive to get a little longer

7:05 AM, May 16, 2013
Bart Starr: Being part of Green Bay community trul...
Bart Starr: Being part of Green Bay community trul...: May 15: Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr and his wife, Cherry, accept the extension of Bart Starr Drive during a Wednesday ceremony with Green Bay and Ashwaubenon officials.
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Bart Starr's most famous drive was 68 yards on a concrete-like surface. His newest drive will be longer and on real concrete.

Green Bay and Ashwaubenon on Wednesday dedicated a 205-yard extension of Bart Starr Drive, which connects Lombardi Avenue with Tony Canadeo Run in Green Bay. When complete, the street will continue south to Potts Avenue in Ashwaubenon.

Starr, of course, is the Green Bay Packers' Hall of Fame quarterback from the Lombardi era. He won two Super Bowls and scored one of the most famous touchdowns in National Football League history, the plunge that won the Ice Bowl in 1967. ...

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