[Dallas] thinks it will keep the Texas-Oklahoma game in that dump of a stadium because the two schools realize the enormity of the game's tradition, and because the city is putting a $50 million band-aid on the facility.
Here's your choice, Texas/OU: money or tradition.
Dallas Mayor Laura Miller will announce Friday that the future of the Texas-OU game at the Cotton Bowl during the State Fair will be extended through 2015, several Dallas officials said Thursday.
Press conference at 9 a.m. tomorrow. On the 50-yard-line of the Cotton Bowl, that dump of a stadium. --Robert Wilonsky
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