Behind the box score of the Packers’ 35-10 win over the Chiefs on Jan. 15, 1967:
2: Networks that televised the game (CBS and NBC).
3: Marching bands as part of the pre-game and halftime entertainment (Grambling State, Arizona and Michigan).
4: Regular-season catches by Packers’ receiver Max McGee, who caught one pass for 28 yards and a touchdown in the Packers’ 34-27 win over the Cowboys in the NFL championship game two weeks earlier.
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6: Sacks by the Packers. The Chiefs had three.
12: Cost, in dollars, for the average ticket price. The face value for tickets to last year’s Super Bowl ranged from $800 to $1,900, according to espn.com.
17: Future Pro Football Hall of Famers involved in this game.
50: Yards Willie Wood returned an interception to set up the first of three second-half Packers touchdowns.
56: Combined passes by both teams. The Patriots and Seahawks combined for 71 passes last season.
56: Game-high rushing yards by Jim Taylor in his final game for the Packers. The future Hall of Famer became a member of the expansion Saints his 10th and final season.
138: Receiving yards by the Packers’ Max McGee, who did not expect to play, but was pressed into service when Boyd Dowler was injured. McGee caught seven passes for two touchdowns, including the first in Super Bowl history.
235: Total yards by Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson (211 passing, a team-high 24 rushing).
239: Total yards by the Chiefs.
358: Total yards by the Packers.
7,500: Losers’ share, in dollars.
15,000: Winners’ share, in dollars.
42,000: Cost in dollars of a commercial. Super Bowl 50’s commercials are expected to cost more than $4.5 million for a 30-second spot.
61,946: Attendance at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles.