For guiding the Packers to the second consecutive Super Bowl championship and third NFL title in a row, quarterback Bart Starr earned his second MVP award.
The 33-14 victory over Oakland also marked the end of Vince Lombardi's storied career as Green Bay's head coach; Lombardi won five NFL championships with the Packers.
After a pair of field goals gave Green Bay an early lead, Starr threw a 62-yard touchdown pass to Boyd Dowler. Leading 16-7 at the half, the Packers scored 17 unanswered second-half points to take a commanding lead. Starr completed 13-of-24 passes for 202 yards and 1 touchdown.