NCAA football fans are very familiar with the Cotton Bowl, and for good reason! The Cotton Bowl is always an exciting game full of action, featuring two of the best conferences in NCAA Division I FBS college football: the Big 12 and the SEC. Cotton Bowl tickets at Cowboys Stadium never last long, so get your Cotton Bowl tickets this year from Coast to Coast before they’re all gone!
The AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic is played around the first week of January near Dallas, Texas. Through the 2008-2009 season, the game was played at Cotton Bowl Stadium, but the 2010 Cotton Bowl will be played at the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
In recent years Kansas State, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas have won in the Cotton Bowl. Ole Miss took the prize in 2004 beating Oklahoma State 31 to 28. High-scoring games like this have made Cotton Bowl history all the more exciting over the game's 68 year history.
The Cotton Bowl is one of the oldest bowl games, having begun in January of 1937 as the vision of J. Curtis Sanford. The first two teams to play were the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs and the Marquette Golden Avalanche. These two teams featured two of the best quarterbacks in the game and the pairing got the attention of many fans. Sammy Baugh for TCU brought down the house and the team beat Marquette. It was the fulfillment of Sanford's dream for his New Year's game to be such an exciting contest and for it to be held in Dallas.
Nearby downtown Dallas is home to the American Airlines Center where Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars games are held. If you are going to visit beautiful Dallas, Texas or are a resident sports fan, buy your AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic tickets from Coast To Coast. Let us be your sports ticket broker.
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