Remembering Texas Stadium: Cowboy Greats Recall the Blood, Sweat, and Pride of Playing in the NFL's Most Unique Home
|Rating||:||4.53 (838 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||250 Pages|
Classic Moses Lake I don't think you have to be a "homer" (lifetime Cowboy fan & Texan)like me - to appreciate the wonderful stories from this book. Any regular football fan will enjoy it - and anyone who has ever been to Texas Stadium shouldn't be without it. It shares the drama and the personalities and the humour of a time and the teams that will never be replaced by the "glitz" of the new. And it's too much fun to read about it from their perspectives!
A former All-Pro wide receiver for the Cowboys, Drew Pearson played in three Super Bowls, helping Dallas win Super Bowl XII. A longtime Dallas newspaper sportswriter, Frank Luksa, has covered the Cowboys since their inception and throughout their 38-year history playing at Texas Stadium.
. A longtime Dallas newspaper sportswriter, Frank Luksa, has covered the Cowboys since their inception and throughout their 38-year history playing at Texas Stadium. About the Author A former All-Pro wide receiver for the Cowboys, Drew Pearson played in three Super Bowls, helping Dallas win Super Bowl XII
In the words of such superstars as Randy White, Bob Lilly and Roger Staubach, Remembering Texas Stadium gives fans a glimpse into what it was like to come out of the tunnel, walk onto the field and play in the Cowboys hallowed home. In Remembering Texas Stadium, legendary Cowboys receiver Drew Pearson and longtime Dallas sportswriter Frank Luksa have teamed up to compile the fondest memories of Texas Stadium in a compilation of tales from some of the team's most celebrated superstars and outstanding personalities. Now, the stadium with the hole in the roof is about to close its doors, making all those memories even more cherished and worth retelling. Remembering Texas Stadium gives Cowboys fans a chance to relive many of the great moments and memories as told by the legendary players who actually lived them.. Texas Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys have called home for 38 seasons and have enjoyed a run that saw them capture five Super Bowl Championships, is home to hundreds of victories and, of course, memories too numerous to count