Just last week, Jerry Jones vowed to continue to bring even more big events to AT&T Stadium. Now, it has been confirmed that WrestleMania is coming to North Texas in 2016.
We are exactly three months away from the 2015 Academy of Country Music Awards, which will be held right here in North Texas at AT&T Stadium.
Now that it’s over, let’s look ahead and examine where the College Football Playoff goes from here.
A big game deserves a big entrance… at least almost two-dozen college football fans thought so! All of those ticket-holders arrived at Monday night’s College Football Championship game by private helicopter.
U.S. college football’s first-ever playoff national championship game almost didn’t happen for one Oregon Ducks’ fan… until the university called an audible and helped out.
In addition to Arlington police, officers from Fort Worth to Dallas are lending manpower at the College Football National Championship game, which is expected to draw more than 90,000 Duck and Buckeye fans to North Texas.
Some lucky fans will skip the dreaded I-30 traffic and have a helicopter drop them at AT&T stadium for tonight’s college football championship game. It’s called Uberchopper.
Ohio State and Oregon will meet in a game that has never been played for a trophy that has never been raised. The winner can be called the truest champion in college football history.
From dog shows to championship sports matchups, Jerry Jones believes that the $1.2 billion showplace of the Cowboys will always be a destination for signature events.
The final chapter of a new era in college football will be written Monday night in Arlington, Texas. The first year of the College Football Playoff will come to a close with Pac-12 champion Oregon squaring off against Big Ten champion Ohio State with the first, truly definitive, outright national championship on the line in the history of major college football.
With the potential for winter weather this weekend, before the college national football championship, there are signs the Texas Department of Transportation preparation game plan has changed.
Under NCAA guidelines, schools were permitted to use a student assistance fund for a one-time payment of $800 to help fund families’ postseason travel. But that didn’t come close to covering all of the costs.