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Some of the top musical acts from the time period also performed at Texas Stadium including great shows from the likes of: The Jacksons (Victory Tour in 1984); Metallica & Guns n Roses (1992); Madonna (1987); George Michael (1988); Genesis (1992); Garth Brooks (1993); Carman (1994); and Shania Twain (1999).
Plus more Week 6 including Big Ben’s injury, Seattle’s stolen win and an ex-Jet’s death The bad news: Roethlisberger, 34, will miss the clash of the titans late Sunday afternoon at Heinz Field when Tom Brady and the Patriots come to town; Landry Jones will start for the Steelers.
Jordan Daigle, a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, was watching the Oklahoma State – Oklahoma on November 24th last year when she saw Craig go to midfield for the coin toss. Her friend went online, looked up Craig on Twitter and made her follow him.
Understandably, Craig wasn’t immediately certain a Cowboys cheerleader looked him up online out of the blue.
Whether it was seen on the opening credits of the smash-hit television show ‘Dallas’…or part of a fall Sunday afternoon of watching NFL football…the iconic stadium was instantly recognizable around the world, mainly because of the ‘hole in the roof’ and the success of its tenant, America’s Team.
Zack Craig, an Oklahoma State senior safety, is a very lucky young man.
Yesterday, January 25th, is a significant date in Cowboys’ team history.
On that date in 1969, ground was broken for construction of an iconic venue that would become home to “America’s Team” for 38 seasons.
The site of the old stadium has been used since summer 2010 by the Texas Department of Transportation as a staging area for construction of major projects such as Highways 183 and 114 interchanges along with Loop 12 which run along the perimeter of the site.
But during its glory years, Texas Stadium was state of the art and synonymous with the Cowboys.
Built in Irving, Texas, the stadium had a hole in the roof “so that God could watch His favorite team play”.
Of course, the venue was called Texas Stadium and it would be the home of the Dallas Cowboys from 1971 through 2008.
The first touchdown in the Cowboys’ new home was scored Cowboys running back Duane Thomas on a 56 yard run.