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The Cotton Bowl is an annual college football bowl game that has been played yearly since 1937 in Dallas, Texas at its namesake stadium. It was declared on the 27th of February in 2007 that the game will be moving to the Cowboys Stadium, on the 1st of January in 2010, which is near Arlington. With the declaration of this move, the officials in charge of handling and managing the event fervently started a campaign to make the event a part of the Bowl Championship Series. This took place when the present agreement that featured Sugar, Rose, Orange and Fiesta bowls had been expired in 2010. On the other hand, these preparations for the campaigns were dissolved to join the Bowl Championship Series when ESPN obtained and purchased the rights to the series.
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The Cotton Bowl game event has been sponsored by the South-western Bell Corporation ever since 1996. Conversely the name of the event went through numerous changes of its name, in 2000 when the company adopted a homogeneous “SBC” branding name which reflected the event’s name when it was adopted in 1995, SBC Communication, later when AT&T obtained the rights in 2006; the event was named AT & T Cotton Bowl. Mobil Oil sponsored the event from 1989 till 1995 and at that time it was known as the Mobil Cotton Bowl. The very first Cotton Bowl game was played and held on the 1st of January in 1937. More than 17,000 spectators witnessed the game on the TCU Horned Frogs defeating the Marquette Golden Eagles 16 to six. The first game attracted many and this resulted in a massive fan following from that first game to all the games to date. The event also has a stadium named after it which was inaugurated in 1932 as the Cotton Bowl stadium. As a result of the massive crowds that turned up on the events held at the stadium, it also came to be known as “The House That Doak Built”. It was the former SMU runner back by the name of Doak Walker who got the crowds to the stadium while he was attending his college in the late 1940s.
The stadium was previously known as the Fair Park Bowl as it is situated in Fair Park, a location of the State Fair of Texas. The event was known as its namesake home ground ever since the inception of the event in 1937 right up till the 2010 event. For 11 long years, the National Football League’s team, the Dallas Cowboys, named the Cotton Bowl home, from the time the team was created and formed in 1960 till 1971, when the team relocated to the Texas Stadium. An interesting fact about the name OF the event is that even though it is not the very first bowl game event, yet the Cotton Bowl is a wit on the term “cotton boll”. The state of Texas, also so happens to be the leading producer and manufacturer of cotton in the United States of America. In toting up to move the brand new Dallas Cowboys stadium in 2010, the officials of the bowl once again started a campaign in 2007 to feature the Cotton Bowl to the lineup of the Bowl Championship Series which commences in the 2011 season. According to the Dallas Morning News, the campaign is known as the Cotton Bowl Classic on Bowl Championship Series Quest. The Cotton Bowl is an extremely interesting event for avid fans of football and even people who like to witness some great American football.
This annual event which is played in Dallas in the state of Texas draws large amounts of spectators each year. The game is a host to the Big 12 and the Southeastern Conferences. Without a doubt, the event is truly spectacular in all its glory. The supreme management that is responsible for hosting the event each year makes it a point to make sure that the event is grand and magnificent. Every year, not only fans and spectators flock to this event from the area of Texas, but also from across the entire nation. The event is broadcasted on television, but witnessing something as spectacular as this in real is something which is beyond the word thrilling. If you are a fan of this event that takes place annually or just a fan of watching a thrilling sporting event, then get hold of those Cotton Bowl tickets. They are in great demand, and why should they not be? We promise you that you will have the time of your life at this wonderful event.
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