What was the trophy named for the first Super Bowl?
- The winning team receives the Vince Lombardi Trophy, named after the coach of the Green Bay Packers, who won the first two Super Bowl games and three of the five preceding NFL championships in 1961, 1962, and 1965.
Yes, if a team going to the Super Bowl loses the game, they still win a trophy. == If the team loses the Super Bowl, they will still get a trophy because they still won their conference. The trophy for NFC is the George Hallis trophy, named after the Bear's Hall of Fame former coach George Hallis. ==
The four Heisman Trophy winners who have been named Most Valuable Players of the Super Bowl MVP are: Quarterback Roger Staubach, Dallas Cowboys (Super Bowl VI MVP) -- Won 1963 Heisman Trophy at Navy. Quarterback Jim Plunkett, Oakland Raiders (Super Bowl XV MVP) -- Won 1970 Heisman Trophy at Stanford. Running back Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders (Super Bowl XVIII MVP) -- Won 1981 Heisman Trophy at Southern Cal. Return specialist Desmond Howard, Green Bay…
Lombardi's Green Bay Packers won the first two Super Bowls, but the trophy wasn't named for him until after his death in September 1970. As a result, the first National Football League team to be awarded the Vince Lombardi Trophy was the Baltimore Colts on January 17, 1971. They defeated the Dallas Cowboys 16-13 in Super Bowl V in Miami.
well.. the packers won #1 and 2 with coach Vince Lombardi in honer of the best coach they named the trophy win the super bowl the Vince Lombardi trophy. it was the only super bowl that didn't sell out because people thought paying 12 $ was way too much for football.it was the only super bowl that was played in rain warm conditions. hope u got wat u wanted scanlansam
There are several Heisman Trophy winning running backs who have played in a Super Bowl (or two). They are: Billy Cannon, halfback LSU, Heisman Trophy winner 1959; played in Super Bowl II as a member of the Oakland Raiders. Cannon won the Heisman Trophy as a halfback but played Tight End for the Raiders. Mike Garrett, halfback USC, Heisman Trophy winner 1965; played in Super Bowl I and Super Bowl IV for the Kansas City…