Cotton Bowl Tickets
The Cotton Bowl is now played at the spectacular AT&T Stadium near Dallas, and that has made Cotton Bowl game tickets even more desirable. GoTickets has 2014 Cotton Bowl tickets for every budget, so check out our selection and order your Cotton Bowl seats today.
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AT&T Cotton Bowl Game Ticket Info
The Cotton Bowl may sound soft and fluffy, but please be aware you will see some hard hitting action in this bowl game. This game is a true classic, and it’s quite fitting then that its official name is AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. The game has been held in the Dallas, Texas, area since ‘37. In recent years, the bowl has moved from its namesake stadium in Dallas to AT&T Stadium in Arlington. While some fans reminisce about the bowl game’s former digs, people who purchase AT&T Cotton Bowl tickets for the game in its new location are guaranteed to be awed and amazed at the size and styling of this football arena. The Cotton Bowl features a Big 12 vs. SEC match-up that never disappoints, so get your Cotton Bowl seats soon.
In last season’s Cotton Bowl, Texas A&M rolled by Oklahoma by a score of 41-13. Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel took home offensive MVP honors after throwing for 287 yards and running for another 229. Cornerback Dustin Harris of the Aggies took home the defensive MVP trophy after intercepting Sooners quarterback Landry Jones. 87,025 fans made their way to AT&T Stadium for the ‘13 edition of the Cotton Bowl.
The game has come a long way from the days of just 17,000 fan turning out to see legendary passer Sammy Baugh and his TCU team beat Marquette 16-6 in the first ever Cotton Bowl. Baugh isn’t the only name synonymous with football legend to take home a Cotton Bowl MVP award. Other winners over the years have included Bobby Layne, YA Tittle, Doak Walker (twice), Ernie Davis, Lance Alworth, Joe Montana, Bo Jackson, and Ricky Williams. Cotton Bowl game tickets ensure you are seeing some of the top players from the best football programs in the nation going head to head in early January.
If you want tips on how to make the most of the Cotton Bowl experience, just ask Texas Longhorn fans. Their beloved football team has played in this postseason classic a whopping 22 times! You’ll definitely want to grab tickets for the Cotton Bowl. One of the best match-ups of the year in one of the best football stadiums in the country; it doesn’t get any better than this, so order your Cotton Bowl tickets today.