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A look back at Super Bowl 2

Associated Press
Green Bay Packers quarterbacks Zeke Bratkowski (12) and Bart Starr (15) celebrate near the end of Super Bowl II against the Oakland Raiders at the Orange Bowl in Miami on Jan. 14, 1968. Quarterback Don Horn (13) is at right. The Packers won 33-14.

Super Bowl 2

Jan. 14, 1968

At Miami, with 75,546 in attendance

After winning a record third consecutive NFL championship, Green Bay captured its second straight Super Bowl in a game that drew the first $3 million gate in football history. Bart Starr was again chosen the game's most valuable player as he completed 13 of 24 passes for 202 yards.

The Packers were coming off the Ice Bowl victory over Dallas to win the NFL title.

Starr's 62-yard pass to a wide-open Boyd Dowler gave the Packers a 13-0 second-quarter lead. Don Chandler kicked four field goals and Herb Adderley capped the Green Bay scoring with a 60-yard interception return. The Raiders' two touchdowns came on a pair of 23-yard passes from Daryle Lamonica to Bill Miller.

The game marked the last for Vince Lombardi as Packers coach, ending nine years at Green Bay in which he won six Western Conference crowns, five NFL championships and two Super Bowls.

Green Bay 3.13.10..7_33

Oakland 0..7..0..7_14

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