Green Bay Packers' quarterback Jordan Love came to the rescue of a young lady whose car was stuck in snow and even shared his side of the story.
Snowstorms are wreaking havoc in the U.S. and people are facing a lot of hardships in their day-to-day lives. One student named Lucy Kurowski from UW-Milwaukee had a rough start to her day when she found her car stuck during an ongoing snowstorm. But she least expected Green Bay Packers' quarterback player Jordan Love to show up to her rescue. The 20-year-old student was back in her hometown of De Pere to spend the winter break and was out of her hair appointment when she realized that her car was stuck, per WLUK-TV.
No matter how much she tried, she could get her car out of the parking lot which was stuck in the snow. Kurowski looked around for help but she unexpectedly found Love walking nearby. "I did a double take, and then I did a triple take," she told the outlet. "We made eye contact a few times but he was getting in his car. I didn't want to bother him. He gets out of his car and he's like, 'Are you OK?' And I was like, ‘Are you Jordan Love?!' I was fangirling."
Omg Jordan Love helping my niece out of a snow drift…what can’t he do?— allie adames (@AllieKurowski) January 12, 2024
That’s my qb 💚 pic.twitter.com/qv0p3Q5Jiz
"I saw her trying to back out, tires just spinning," Love said during media availability in the Packers locker room Wednesday. "I just asked if, you know, she wanted me to help try and push real quick and see if we can get it moved and I tried. It was unsuccessful." Kurowski informed Love that "someone was coming with a shovel to help her out." Even though Love's attempt to help Kurowski was unsuccessful, they parted ways after taking a memorable selfie and Kurowski made sure to send it to her family.
Kurowski's aunt shared the selfie on her X profile @AllieKurowski and captioned the post: "Oh my god, Jordan Love helping my niece out of a snow drift. What can't he do?" The post has been viewed more than 12 million times so far and counting. "It's blowing up and I think everyone is truly seeing that he's not just an MVP on the field but just a great, great person," Kurowski added. "He's a great representation of what Green Bay is."
Jordan Love explains how he helped out a stuck driver last week in Green Bay. pic.twitter.com/4yF9ukdTzg— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) January 17, 2024
Everyone who came across the selfie post left positive comments while praising Love for stepping in to help the young lady. @CowboysNations jokingly wrote: "I was going to answer your question snarkily, because of this weekend, but I decided to just leave this alone because it’s awesome. I hate having a conscience." @FFB_Fanatics commented: "Love taking all the good karma he can collect heading into this weekend." @smidt_van97 added: "Two days before the biggest game of his career and he’s helping people in the snow. Just the best role model and a great dude!"
According to the Green Bay Packers' official website, Love has previous records of a bunch of good deeds as well. In September 2022, while attending a football game in Denmark (Wis.) High School as part of the Packers Vs. Cancer initiative, he interacted with fans and did a virtual visit with the patients at Marshfield Children's Hospital. He even participated in a virtual bingo event to benefit the Salvation Army.
Love also visited nursing homes and helped at youth football camps while he was still in college. Maybe Love's good karma helped him in the playoff against Dallas Cowboys a few days later this incident where his team was able to beat the Cowboys with a score of 48-32. The game was hosted in Arlington, Texas and post their win Green Bay Packers will be heading to California to play the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round of the playoffs on Saturday night, per the outlet.