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18 Interesting NFL Games That Lubbock Will Be Begging to Watch
Let's just get something out in the open here. I'm working with some broad generalizations here. I'm assuming most people in Lubbock like Red Raiders who've gone on to play in the NFL. I'm assuming most people in Lubbock would either like to see the Dallas Cowboys win, or watch them lose...
Four Red Raiders Take Next Step To NFL Dreams
Every little kid who plays football in the front yard dreams of playing in the NFL one day. As those kids get older that dream either fades, along with their athletic prowess, or intensifies as they improve and play at advancing levels. Once those kids get into big-time college football that dream reaches new heights, and for the lucky few, that dream becomes a reality...
Professional Sporting Event Capacity is Bigger in Texas
Both the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys announced today that they will be opening at full capacity when their respective seasons' kick-off. The Dallas Cowboys obviously have plenty of time to announce protocol and see where the COVID-19 rates are closer to the season before announcing their plan, but the Texas Rangers don't have the same benefit of time with their season starting in early April.
Jason Witten Will Retire as a Dallas Cowboy
Jason Witten has a ton of memorable moments as a Dallas Cowboy, now after 17 seasons, he'll have one more. Witten will sign a one-day contract with the Cowboys to retire as a member of the organization where he spent his first 16 seasons...

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