DALLAS ATTEMPTS TO GET WHAT HOUSTON HAS ALREADY HAD!
The Dallas Cowboys have been to more Super Bowls than any team, yet they’ve never hosted one. They hope that changes Tuesday when NFL owners vote on whether the 2011 game will be played in Arlington, Indianapolis or Glendale, Ariz.
Formally known as the North Texas bid, the plan was submitted to league officials last month. All that’s left is the personal plea — and who better for the Cowboys to send in for some final-minute
heroics than Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach?
Staubach is the leader of the local bid committee, which he proudly says he expects to become the local host committee by Tuesday night.
QUESTION: Can the Dallas area handle the Superbowl as gracefully as Houston did?