As the Minnesota Vikings were about to kick off against the Seattle Seahawks in one of the coldest games in NFL history, former Vikings head coach Bud Grant furthered his legend by taking to the field in a short-sleeved shirt.
The 88-year-old—I repeat, the 88-year-old—Grant showed off his toughness by wearing the polo in sub-zero temperatures. This after Grant asked someone to hold his coat, according to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello:
Bud Grant to NFL staffer: "Would you hold my jacket while I go out for the toss & show how we love this weather?" pic.twitter.com/yRMHmb0P5q— Greg Aiello (@gregaiello) January 10, 2016
Per the Vikings, Sunday's NFC Wild Card Game is the coldest in franchise history:
It's -6 at the stadium with a -25 wind chill. It's officially the coldest game in #Vikings history, 3rd coldest in NFL history.— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) January 10, 2016
No one will judge Grant if he decides to put his jacket back on. Many fans will find themselves wanting to put on jackets just from watching this game.