The elation of a football championship evaporates into a disaster for a local “Pop Warner” football team.
The NFL announced on Sunday that pop star Katy Perry will headline the Super Bowl halftime show on February 1 at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has no intention of playing a “home” game in London, and that shouldn’t prevent another Super Bowl from coming to Arlington.
Through 48 Super Bowls, no team has played the game at home. The Arizona Cardinals, for so long the laughingstock of the NFL, have their sights set on being the first.
There’s a Super Bowl coming to the Cotton Bowl at Dallas Fair Park. No, not that Super Bowl, but the self-proclaimed South Dallas Super Bowl pitting the Lincoln Tigers against the Madison Mighty Trojans.
Ben and Skin discuss the recent announcement that Katy Perry will be performing at halftime of this year’s Super Bowl and give their thoughts on her catchy hit singles.
You’re gonna hear Katy Perry roar over the rahs of a Super Bowl crowd.
Love him or hate him, Jerry Jones is one of the most interesting interviews in the sports world today.
When the Super Bowl kicks off in February at University of Phoenix Stadium, there’s one thing the NFL won’t have to worry about: an extended blackout.
How will the Cowboys fare in 2014? Our 105.3 The Fan hosts weigh in.
Jerry Jones opened training camp with stories about how young his Dallas Cowboys were. He told a few thousand fans at the kickoff luncheon that many of those players faced an “uphill battle.”
A recent Change.org petition hoping to get Weird Al onstage during halftime of the year’s biggest football game got the “Eat Singer” thinking just what he would do if ever given the opportunity.