It's official: the BCS is gone after this season, replaced with a four-team playoff called...the "College Football Playoff". Really? It's also official that Jerry Jones is getting the championship game at Cowboys Stadium. But, other than money, why was Jerry so desperate to get this game in Dallas...?
The Cowboys' season is officially over, but that hasn't stopped owner Jerry Jones. He wants college football's new national championship game to be played at Cowboys Stadium. We head to Jerry's press conference to find out why...
If Houston's trying to own Hanukkah, Dallas can't be far behind in trying to own what's next. The Houston Rockets did "The Dreidel Song" to honor those eight crazy nights. Not to be outdone, the Dallas Mavericks got together for a really bad rendition of "Sleigh Ride". Too bad for the Mavs and Rockets that the San Antonio Spurs own them both.
The Cowboys are trying to be Big Pimpin' in da league. But er'body recognizes that in order for them to succeed, the Chief Pimp, Jerry Jones, has to step up...Well, NFL, you just got served. With extra cheese!
After over a century of doing it the old-fashioned way, college football is getting a playoff. Leave it to Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones to want a piece of the action. But what are Jerry's REAL reasons for wanting the college game's new championship for Cowboys Stadium?
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