Texas Tech and Baylor announced today they will be moving their 2009 and 2010 games to Dallas-Fort Worth-area stadiums.
Baylor will move its 2009 home game against the Red Raiders to the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington on Nov. 28.
Texas Tech will move its home game in the Baylor series to the historic Cotton Bowl on Oct. 9, 2010.
The move makes sense in one standpoint, giving both programs exposure in the biggest recruiting area in the conference. It means that every Big 12 South team, except for Oklahoma State, will be playing a game in the Dallas area this season. And all but Texas and Oklahoma State will be playing at the Cowboys' new stadium.
I guess Dallas is the place to be. OU is even playing there twice...
Only three Big 12 teams don't have a neutral site game next year.
Re: Baylor-Tech to play in Dallas the next 2 years
Originally Posted by LeSchmick
Jerry Jones isn't an alumni of either school...
The OP wasn't saying that. The bit about giving alumni in Dallas a game was the legitimate cover for the real reason of lining Jerry's pockets. Of course Waco is an hour or so from Dallas, so I doubt that's keeping Baylor alums away.
In 1984, I was hospitalized for approaching perfection.
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