Tales From The Cold: Ice Bowl Still Chills 50 Years LaterThe penultimate day of 1967 was as beautiful as it gets in Green Bay in late December. Chilly, yes, but the Dallas Cowboys enjoyed the sunshine as they practiced at Lambeau Field for their New Year's Eve game against the Green Bay Packers.
Staubach Recalls When Landry Installed Shotgun For CowboysAll these years later, Roger Staubach remembers quite clearly what his initial reaction was when Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry approached him about making the shotgun formation a recurring feature of their offense.
Welcome To Texas: Hatco Factory In GarlandIf you own a cowboy hat there is a good chance it was made at the Hatco factory in Garland. Hatco General Manager Ricky Bolin explained, "Some of the machinery dates back to the 1800's that we use."
Moment 1: Cowboys Win 1st Championship"I think the greatest moment is when you win the first Super Bowl," Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry said, when asked about his favorite memory coaching the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 to 1988.
Landry's Greatest Moment In FootballFormer Dallas Cowboys and Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry describes his greatest moment in professional football. For 29 seasons, Landry was the only head coach that the Cowboys had, or needed.
Renfro & Wright Recall Carrying LandryHall of Famers Mel Renfro and Rayfield Wright talk about the first championship in Dallas Cowboys history, and their emotions as they carried Tom Landry off of the field following the game.
Danny White Shares Tom Landry's AdviceFormer Dallas Cowboys quarterback Danny White describes the come-from-behind victory that he engineered in the team's playoff win over the Atlanta Falcons in January 1981, including the advice coach Tom Landry provided.
Alicia Landry Recalls The Importance Of HayesAlicia Landry, the widow of Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry, talks about former NFL player Bob Hayes and his importance to the Dallas Cowboys team and her late husband.
Moment 40: Coach Landry's 10-Year ExtensionFrom 1960 to 1963, the Dallas Cowboys won only 13 games under Tom Landry. So, what did Cowboys owner Clint Murchison do in 1964? He signed Landry to a 10-year contract extension.
The Landry Decision From Brandt's PerspectiveGil Brandt, former Dallas Cowboys vice president of player personnel, looks back at the shocking Tom Landry contract.
Former NFL Players Discuss Tom LandryFormer NFL players talk about iconic Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry.
Moment 43: Longest Play Of The Ice BowlAt just 17 degrees below zero, offense was not going to be in a position to shine during the 1967 NFL Championship game at Lambeau Field.