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Cowboys Stadium to host College Football Playoff title game

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03:21 PM ET 04.25 | The first title game for the College Football Playoff, as expected, will be held in Cowboy Stadium. The game will be held on Jan. 12, 2015, and the semifinals will be held at the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl on New Years Day. The stadium, which now hosts the Cotton Bowl as well, has become a common site for big time events, from regular season college games to boxing matches. Cowboys Stadium beat out Tampa to host the first playoff championship game, and will also be in the semifinal host rotation.

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, Tom Pennington Tom Pennington
April 25, 2013  03:59 PM ET

Shocker!! NOBODY saw this coming!

April 25, 2013  04:41 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Shocker!! NOBODY saw this coming!

For realz.

Hey, Reliant Stadium in Houston would be a great venue too!

April 25, 2013  05:24 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

For realz.Hey, Reliant Stadium in Houston would be a great venue too!

Ford Field, Detroit. Okay, I can't keep a straight face. ;-)

April 25, 2013  05:39 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

For realz.Hey, Reliant Stadium in Houston would be a great venue too!

I like Reliant a lot better than the Death Star...

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April 26, 2013  08:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

I like Reliant a lot better than the Death Star...

There are a number of venues better suited to the kicking game. ;-)

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