Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo says the team played a “road game” — at home — against Houston. Here are some solutions to get Dallas fans back to the games
It’s been a running joke about AT&T Stadium. Cowboys fans don’t show up, but opposing fans do. The criticism got real on Sunday.
While the Texans have mirrored the Cowboys’ 3-1 record heading into Week 5, the much anticipated Governor’s Cup this weekend will serve as the most expensive remaining home game at AT&T Stadium this season.
A diehard Cowboys fan has started a movement called “Rowdy Row” to petition the team and Jerry Jones to create an affordable section for diehard fans at AT&T Stadium.
Kenny Hill and the Texas A&M Aggies will be broadcast nationally on CBS on Saturday Sept. 27 when they take on Arkansas in the Southwest Classic.
A college football fan is still recovering in the hospital on Monday after falling over a low-level railing at AT&T Stadium in Arlington over the weekend.
A spectator fell from the stands at Saturday’s Texas-UCLA game at AT&T Stadium
The Bruins take on the Longhorns on Saturday night at AT&T Stadium, where the national championship game will be decided in four months.
Former Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh was very critical of the Cowboys “home” crowd on Sunday. Sensabaugh joined Shan & RJ on 105.3 The Fan and revealed that the 49ers fan invasion was no fluke.
If it was tough Sunday to watch the action on the field, the scene in the stands at AT&T Stadium may have been even worse for Dallas Cowboy fans.
The Dallas Cowboys opened the 2014 season in front of a home crowd of 91,174 on Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. It sure didn’t feel like it.
Colin Kaepernick looked ready to lead the San Francisco 49ers to another NFC championship game. Tony Romo looked rusty for the Dallas Cowboys.