Cotton Bowl 2014 News and Updates
12/9/13- This year's Cotton Bowl features SEC runner-ups Missouri Tigers
against the Oklahoma State Cowboys
. The Tigers lost out to Auburn
for the SEC crown, so they will be as hungry for a win as Oklahoma State, who fell to rivals, Oklahoma Sooners
, for the Big 12 title. Though SEC teams have won the last five Cotton Bowls, the Cowboys won’t be making things easy for Mizzou in their 9th bowl game in 11 years. Cotton Bowl tickets
start at $118 and average at $397 to get into AT&T Stadium in Arlington. This game is sure to be a bench gripping, edge-of-your-seat showdown, as it’s already the third most expensive bowl game, just behind the Rose Bowl game
and the BCS National Championship game
in ticket demand!
10/18/13 - The AT&T Cotton Bowl is skyrocketing in prestige and popularity—this year’s 78th annual game was the quickest-ever and eighth consecutive sellout for the Cotton Bowl Classic! After teams have been selected for the five Bowl Championship Series games, the Cotton Bowl pits top teams (often runner-ups) from the Big 12
and the SEC
against each other, in truly must-see matchups. Cheap 2014 Cotton Bowl tickets start at $165 in the Upper Concourse Corners and average $428.
Cotton Bowl History
The Cotton Bowl Classic continuously promises to showcase America’s most amazing players, as fans remember last year’s epic game: quarterback Johnny Manziel led the Texas A&M Aggies
to dominate over Big 12 rivals, the Oklahoma Sooners
, 41-13. “Johnny Football” Manziel became the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy and set the record for most rushing yards during a Cotton Bowl game, at 229 yards, throwing two TDs and running for another pair. This year is sure to be another fantastic showing, as early predictions are lining up the Oklahoma Sooners
versus Texas A&M or the Baylor Bears
versus the LSU Tigers
Currently located in Dallas, Texas at AT&T Stadium, it was initiated by oil tycoon J. Curtis Sanford and was held at Cotton Bowl Stadium on the grounds of the State Fair of Texas for 72 years, until moving to the home of the Dallas Cowboys in 2007. The Cotton Classic first kicked off in 1937 and is one of the oldest and most revered of the college bowl games. In fact, next year the Cotton Bowl will join four others as a (rotating) host for semifinal games in the all-new College Football Playoff system. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to see history in the making in this legendary football tradition that cherishes our American football past while looking to the future for the new CF Playoffs.