The Greatest Team Ever: The Dallas Cowboys Dynasty of the 1990s

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 183 pages
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This Commemorative Stadium Edition of "The Greatest Team Ever" celebrates Texas Stadium with a special section of photographs and essays.

The Dallas Cowboys unveiled the NFL's newest and finest stadium in the autumn of 1971. With its distinctive outer ring of giant concrete buttresses and trademark hole in the roof "so that God could watch his team play," Dallas fans rightly had something to be proud of. Texas Stadium's been home to five Super Bowl winning teams, a feat no other venue since the AFL-NFL merger can boast. Now, after thirty-seven amazing seasons, this beloved stadium will fall silent after the last game on December 20, 2008. In this Texas Stadium commemorative edition of "The Greatest Team Ever," complete with a 16-page special section honoring the Cowboys' longtime home, fans will have a special keepsake to remember those glorious years.

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Ron St. Angelo has more than 23 years experience as a commercial photographer and has photographed people, locations, and products all over the world. He is a native Texan who opened his own commercial photography studio in 1978 and has attracted a number of clients over the years, including the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, ExxonMobil Corp., Four Seasons Hotels, and many more.

Norm Hitzges hosted the first full-time sports talk-show in morning drive time in the country. He has been on-air continuously for 29 years in the DFW Market. He is a two-time winner of the American Women of Radio and Television Air Personality of the Year and the 1999 recipient of the Dallas All-Sports Association's Frank Glieber Award given for broadcast excellence.

Pat Summerall is the signature voice of sports broadcasting in America. As a professional football player, Pat was best known as the kicker for the legendary New York Giants of the late 50's and '60's. After his retirement from the gridiron, he became the mainstay of the CBS Sports broadcasting team for 32 years. In addition to football coverage, he was the network's signature voice for its golf coverage, including the Masters(R), the U.S. Open Tennis Championships, the NBA and five Heavyweight Championship Fights. At the same time he also served as host of CBS's four-hour news program that aired six mornings a week. In 1999 Summerall was inducted into the American Sportscaster's Association's Hall of Fame.

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