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Cotton Bowl Stadium

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Located in Fair Park, Texas, the Cotton Bowl was constructed in 1932. It was originally called the Fair Park Stadium and is locally often referred to as “The House That Doak Built” because of the unrivaled crowd-drawing popularity of the SMU running back Doak Walker in the 1940s. Its current name is a result of its long-time role as host of the annual Cotton Bowl Classic College Football Game, which is now to be played in Arlington.

Over the course of its history, the Cotton Bowl has been home to numerous Texas teams, such as the SMU Mustangs and the Dallas Cowboys. For those seeking nearby accommodations to this historic Texas sports landmark, consider The Sanford House Inn.

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