For the last little while, the great Frank Luksa -- who's written for every single local daily in the history of ink, danged near -- has been contributing to ESPN.com. For instance, a couple of months back, he offered up tales from Dallas Cowboys' training camps past. This morning, as Texas Stadium prepares to host the last Cowboys home-opener in its storied history, Luksa offers up his Top 10 favorite Texas Stadium memories -- and "to qualify, a game had to produce a scene never seen before and not likely to ever repeat."
Frank oughta know: He's been to damned near every game every played at Texas Stadium -- 300-plus, by his count. Not so's you'd know from the Dallas Morning News' Web site, though: Really? A travesty. --Robert Wilonsky
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