It was just over a year ago that Reggie Bush and the New Orleans Saints captured their first-ever Super Bowl victory over the Indianapolis Colts in sunny Miami, Florida. And as nice as the weather was then, this past weekend found Dallas covered in freezing temperatures as the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers were set to square off Super Bowl XLV.
Despite the freezing temperatures, Bush was in town to take in the many festivities leading up to the big game including a national outdoor tailgate competition where he participated as a judge.
I don't care, it's football weather
The event was held at Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, which is usually a pleasant place to take in the outdoors, but with the surprisingly cold temperatures, the day’s high read 20 degrees."I don't care," Bush said about the cold rugged temperature. "It's football weather."
Prior to Reggie’s trip to Dallas, he was feeling nostalgic about the Saints big win in 2010’s Super Bowl XLIV “Man it seems like just yesterday we were playing in this game” Bush said via Twitter.
Aside from the awful weather, Reggie managed to enjoy his weekend watching the Packers defeat the Steelers in a thrilling 31-25 victory.