In an Associated Press video of the new Cowboys (until someone will pay $20 million per year to bump out the team name) Stadium in North Texas, team owner Jerry Jones says that entering the venue is “almost a religious experience.”
Based on some of the views of the billion-dollar football cathedral contained in the video, it’s hard to disagree.
The place has 75,000 seats, and 9,000 more can be added. Also, there are 30,000 standing-room spots.
If our math is accurate (and it rarely is), that’s more than 110,000 possible fans for Super Bowl XLV.
We’re already buying extra Yoo-Hoo for the drive to Big D.