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The College Bowl season shakes things up when the Cotton Bowl Game invades AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX! Which team will win the Cotton Bowl? Buy your Cotton Bowl football tickets now!
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[4 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

Let's play ball
By one lost hog from Luxora arkansas on 1/8/2008
Stadium Packed
Best For:

This was my frist bowl game. [...] We had a great time even though our team did not win.

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[3 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

Great Experience
By Robyn from Dallas Tx on 1/5/2008
Stadium Packed
no cons
Best For:
Everyone, New To The Sport, Out-Of-Towners

We was in the shade under the over hang, it was cold but once everyone got in there it was not as bad.

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[1 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

Cotton Bowl Weekend
By Jim the Fan from Springdale, AR on 1/4/2008
The Crowd Loved It
Parking was a nightmare

The overall experience was very good and I look forward to further collaberations.

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[4 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

An aging venue, but great game
By Marty from Mizzou from Columbia MO on 1/4/2008
Great Style Of Play, High Energy, Record-setting performanc, Stadium Packed, The Crowd Loved It
It was c-c-cold
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The Cotton Bowl is a historic venue, but aging. 2009 will the be the last year the game is played at Fair Park before the game moves to a newer venue. Traffic was terrible because of road construction, so many fans were late to the game. If you go, check traffic conditions and think about taking a cab or shuttle. If you have seats under the overhang, dress warmer. We couldn't see the main scoreboard from where we were sitting, either. As for the game itself, it was spectacular! We saw a record-setting performance! The half-time show was just big acts, but we did get to see a lot of bands. If your team is in the Cotton Bowl, do'll have lots to remember. The sponsors set up a great area outside the Cotton Bowl with giveaways, and other stuff, so the celebration goes on before and after the game.

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Cotton Bowl Football Tickets

Though it has moved from its namesake stadium, the Cotton Bowl is still among the most iconic college football games of the year. Over the last 75-plus years, the annual post season match-up regularly features some of the best players in the NCAA, and anyone lucky enough to get Cotton Bowl tickets will have a firsthand glimpse at some of the future NFL stars.

The first Cotton Bowl game took place in 1937 and featured TCU and Marquette. The Horned Frogs won 16-6 and started a tradition that would soon grow to be a staple of each college football season. Over the years, the appeal of the Cotton Bowl grew, and by 2009 it had moved from the famous 92,000-seat stadium where it started to the state-of-the-art confines of Cowboys Stadium. Despite the change in location, the game has certainly not lost its luster.

One of the best Cotton Bowls took place in 1994 when No. 4 Notre Dame took on No. 7 Texas A&M in a rematch of the previous year's game. The Fighting Irish came away with a narrow 24-21 victory and ended the year ranked No. 2 - barely missing out on the national championship.

There are certain things in college football that never change, and the Cotton Bowl remaining a highlight of the post season is one of them.