Barry was born on January 15, 1967, the very day that the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl I. Since then, he has been a devoted Packers fan. He has rarely missed a game, having attended several at Lambeau Field, including games that have been well below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. He married a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan. He is white, and his wife is African-American. They have struggled with some of the racial issues in our country, and they have experienced discrimination on more than one occasion. But, in part because of their blood flowing either Green Bay green and gold, or Dallas blue and white, they have overcome many obstacles. They have come together through football. The only color that really matters are the colors of their jerseys. They live in a suburb of Atlanta, and they have Falcon season tickets. They go to support the local team, but also, they can't wait for their team to visit town, so they can put on our jerseys and support their teams! Their story shares how the NFL can be a positive factor and cause people to come together through their love of football.