Cold moments: When weather and sports collide
What's the worst hand that mother nature has ever dealt a sporting event? Story
7. AFC Championship, San Diego at Cincinnati
Date: Jan. 10, 1982
Weather: minus 9 at kickoff, wind gusts up to 35 mph, minus 59 wind chill at halftime.
What happened: Officially, it's the second-coldest game in NFL history. Toss in that wind chill, though, and maybe the Ice Bowl doesn't look so bad. Consider this: Bengals QB Ken Anderson suffered frostbite on his right ear. Police spent their time monitoring spectator health: worrying about unruly ...
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