On October 19, 1912, Oklahoma defeated Texas, 21-6 in Dallas’ Fair Park, in a game that would eventually be called the Red River Rivalry. That football game marked the first large-scale game ever played in North Texas.
One hundred football seasons later, Super Bowl XLV will be played in Cowboys Stadium. While most regions plan 2-3 years to host a Super Bowl, it is our belief that North Texas has been laying the ground work for 100 years.
Come see and enjoy 100 years of North Texas football…courtesy of the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Committee.