Here’s the map for 2011 Rose Bowl, updated to show which side TCU and Wisconsin’s sidelines are on. The game will be played on Saturday, January 1, 2011 2:00PM.
Here is the seating chart for the inaugural TicketCity Bowl. Cotton Bowl Stadium will be home to this match-up, where a Big Ten team and Big 12 team will meet. It happens New Years Day in Dallas, Texas.
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In Dallas this weekend for the big Texas and Oklahoma rivalry game? Whether you live in Dallas or are traveling there for the big game, check out some of our staff favorites for all things Dallas – our favorite places for entertainment, food, and drink. No matter if you’re looking for events that focus on Texas – OU or just looking to experience Dallas, there are plenty of options!
Still needing tickets to the game? Don’t worry! TicketCity still has some great selection at great prices. Plus we have onsite ticket pickup to make it easy on you! Visit TicketCity.com or call 1.800.SOLD.OUT.
Check out the First Annual Red River Blowout Concert in the West End on Friday, Oct. 1, 2010, with Reckless Kelly, Brandon Rhyder, and Dallas based ZZ-Top tribute band, Trio Loco. General admission is free.
Whether you’re going to the game or not, attending the State Fair is a must. Who doesn’t want to enjoy the rides, the sights, and eating something fried?
FOR THOSE NOT ATTENDING THE GAME
Frankie’s Sports Bar and Grill will host a watch party at both of their locations in Uptown and Lewisville.
The Corner Bar will show the game, and offer drink and food specials, live music, DJ and karaoke.
With over 60 HD TV’s, check out National Sports Lounge off Greenville Avenue.
There’s plenty of great places for brunch – no matter if you’re looking to cure your morning headache or looking for an authentic Dallas brunch icon:
And if you’re on your way to the fair, stop by Fuel City for the best breakfast tacos. Texas Monthly voted its tacos the Best in Texas. It’s a truck stop and takes cash only. Be warned. 801 N. Industrial Blvd. 214-426-0011.
There are so many great places to eat in Dallas, there are options for everyone:
Mia’s Tex Mex – Best Brisket Tacos
Fire Side Pies – Best Gourmet Pizza
La Duni Latin Cafe – Best Latin Food
Jake’s – Best Burger
The Porch – Best of well… everything!
Whether you’re looking for a dive bar or a place to be seen, check out a few of our favorites:
With highs in the low 80s, you can’t get better weather than this! No matter what, get out enjoy Dallas!
This past weekend in Irving, Texas the former home of the Dallas Cowboys was brought down. The planned implosion was the culmination of months of preparation, but the actual destruction only lasted a few minutes. Texas Stadium was the home of the Cowboys from 1971 to 2008, Dallas now plays in the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington.
The 2010 Super Bowl (aka: Superbowl XLIV or Superbowl 44) is being played in Miami, Florida at Sun Life Stadium (formerly Land Shark Stadium). The 2010 Super Bowl will kick off at 6:25pm EST on Sunday, February 7th, 2010.
Sun Life Stadium is the host venue for the 44th NFL Superbowl. Sun Life Stadium has a capacity of 76,500 football fans. The stadium will host a Super Bowl for the 5th time in 2010, it also hosted Super Bowls XXIII, Superbowl XXIX, Super Bowl XXXIII and Superbowl XLI in 2007 (Colts defeated Bears).
This weekend the AFC Championship Game & NFC Championship Game will decide the teams in the 2010 Super Bowl. The four teams competing for spots in the 2010 Super Bowl are:
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The 2010 Super Bowl is being televised by CBS. Superbowl pregame show will start at 6pm Eastern, with the game scheduled to kickoff at 6:25pm EST.