Turn off the lights. The game is over. Connecticut won. But organizers across North Texas hope to do it again and again, already looking ahead to the next big event.
Yeah, UConn won the National Championship game over Kentucky’s incredible freshmen 60-54. It was a thrilling game, but the fans of basketball were the real winners.
Jerry Jones built the massive room in Arlington to host the biggest parties in the world, and record breaking numbers of NCAA basketball fans showed up to party.
The energy at AT&T is like nothing I’ve ever experienced in the stadium. The fans are completely split, much like Texas-OU but with a different feel.
Before tonight’s tip-ff between UConn and Kentucky – there are a few things you need to know.
Bill Walton joins the Ben and Skin Show live from Radio Row in Arlington to talk about the Final Four and the National Championship game tonight at AT&T Stadium.
During Saturday’s NCAA Final Four at AT&T Stadium, the image of Jerry Jones was flashed on the gigantic TV screen that hangs over the court – and doubles it in size.
After years of planning, North Texas will host the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game on Monday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Bye-bye Vegas! The 2015 Academy of Country Music awards show will be held at AT&T stadium, according to the acmcountry.com.
The national semifinals drew 79,444 AT&T Stadium, beating the previous record of 78,129 when Kentucky beat Michigan State in a regular-season game at Ford Field in Detroit on Dec. 13, 2003.
Usually the idea of alcohol and attending a sporting event go hand in hand.
Usually the best spot to find fun food and folks is outside. But with rain, wind (and later hail) dominating the area around AT&T Stadium, people moved inside quickly.