“I don’t think there’s anything to it,” Manning said of his 4-0 record at AT&T Stadium, which allegedly included the Giants quarterback scribbling his name, the score, the date and the words “First Win in the New Stadium” in the visitors locker room.
Florida Gulf Coast (26-10) plays the SEC regular-season champion Gators (28-7), the No. 3 seed in the South, on Friday night.
The Giants kept their undefeated record at Cowboys Stadium alive as they hung and defeated their rivals 29-24.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants are 3-0 at Cowboys Stadium, but the Cowboys aren’t letting that get to them.
“I think we’re still kind of getting through the bumps and bruises of the season, and I think we’re going to be alright,” Cruz said. “I think we’re getting to the chunk of our schedule in these upcoming weeks, and I think we’ll be OK.”
Jerry Jones, the Cowboys’ always-entertaining owner, is out to turn the tables on the NFC East rivalry — Big D style.
There is fight left in these Giants after all! Eli Manning? Well, that’s six comeback victories this season and 20 for his career.
Sure, you thought the Green Bay game last week was big. But this week in Dallas? BIG, HUGE, CAN’T LOSE!
Craig thinks it’s laughable that Mike D’Antoni would be upset with the “We Want ‘Melo” chants, saying if he wants them to stop, he should see to it that his team does not take the floor ill-prepared – which certainly seemed to be the case against Blake Griffin and the Clips.
Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine, granddaughter of the first president of the Packers, was among the 400 ticketholders forced out of the stands at the Super Bowl. She called her experience at Cowboys Stadium a “total disaster.”
The NFL says about 2,000 fans forced to sit in temporary seats at the Super Bowl will receive a face-value ticket refund or a free ticket to a future Super Bowl.
The NFL has added a second option for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012 game.
Neil Best, sports business and media columnist for Newsday, joined Neil Keefe to talk about the Super Bowl ratings, the pregame and halftime shows and what we might expect from the CBA negotiations.
In their zeal to set a Super Bowl attendance record, the NFL and Jerry Jones overlooked one important detail: Making sure all the temporary seats inside mammoth Cowboys Stadium had been inspected and were ready for the fans.
About 1,250 fans were displaced because their seats were deemed unsafe — 400 who were sent home, and 850 who were given somewhere else to sit.