To little surprise, the biggest NFL stadium will be trying to finagle an opportunity the biggest games in college football.
Officials in Dallas-Fort Worth already have formed a new entity, dubbed the Stadium Events Organizing Committee, for the purposes of competing for the NCAA semifinals and/or championship game, according to the Houston Chronicle. And, naturally, the Stadium Events Organizing Committee includes Cowboys Stadium and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
The bad news for Dallas is that Houston and San Antonio plan to get in on the action as well. The Texans are directly involved in the process to bring either or both games to Houston.
The semifinals will rotate among the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, and Sugar Bowl, with two more locations to be determined. The title game will rotate, in the same way the Super Bowl does.
Maybe the Cowboys also can qualify to play in the tournament. It might be Tony Romo’s best shot at a championship.