100 Things Cowboys Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

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Triumph Books, Sep 1, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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With traditions, records, and Cowboys lore, this lively, detailed book explores the personalities, events, and facts every Dallas fan should know. It contains crucial information such as important dates, player nicknames, memorable moments, and outstanding achievements by singular players. This guide to all things Cowboys covers the 1972 comeback against the San Francisco 49ers, the history of the team's rivalry with the Redskins, and the Ice and Blooper Bowls.
  

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Contents

1 Roger Staubach
1
2 First Season
3
3 Tex Schramm
5
4 Tom LandryEarly Years
7
5 Ice Bowl
10
6 Blooper Bowl
12
7 Redemption
14
8 Tom LandryLater Years
16
52 Best Redskins Game
109
53 Legal Troubles
110
54 Read North Dallas Forty
112
55 Lee Roy Jordan
114
56 Chuck Howley
117
57 Mel Renfro
119
58 Cornell Green
121
59 Calvin Hill
122

9 Jerry Jones Takes Over
18
10 115
19
11 Troy AikmanEarly Years
21
12 Emmitt Smith
24
13 Michael Irvin
26
14 Super Bowl XXVIIA Rout
29
15 Bob Lilly
31
16 Randy White
32
17 Danny White
35
18 The Catch
36
19 Hail Mary
38
20 Tony Dorsett
40
21 Bob Hayes
42
22 Hollywood Henderson
44
23 Duane Thomas
46
24 Don Meredith
48
25 Americas Team
51
26 Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters
53
27 Super Bowl XXVIIIAnother Rout
55
28 Jimmy Fired
56
29 Barry Hired
59
30 Visit Texas Stadium
61
31 Bill Bates
63
32 Everson Walls
66
33 Try out for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
68
34 Super Bowl XXXThird Win
70
35 The 2007 CowboysDisappointment
71
36 Troy AikmanLater Years
73
37 Searching for a Quarterback
75
38 Tony Romo
77
39 Searching for a Coach
79
40 Landing Parcells
81
41 Wade Phillips
83
42 Daryl Johnston
85
43 Jay Novacek
88
44 Jason Witten
90
45 Deion Sanders
92
46 Terrell Owens
95
47 Too Tall and Harvey
98
48 Charles Haley
100
49 Super Bowl Losses to Steelers
102
50 Super Bowl XII
105
51 Redskins Rivalry
106
60 Check out New Stadium
125
61 Visit Cotton Bowl
126
62 Clint Longley
128
63 Shotgun Offense and Flex Defense
130
64 Preston Pearson
132
65 Tony Hill
134
66 Click on dallascowboyscom
136
67 Rayfield Wright
138
68 Dirty Dozen
140
69 Draft Duds
141
70 Don Perkins
144
71 Walt Garrison
146
72 Darren Woodson
148
73 Roy Williams
150
74 Attend Training Camp
152
75 Twenty Straight Winning Seasons
154
76 1972 Comeback Against 49ers
156
77 Denied Threepeat
157
78 Thumb through Dallas Cowboys Media Guide
159
79 Two Ugly Losses
161
80 Cleveland Collapses
163
81 Zero Club
165
82 Bounty Bowl
167
83 Mike Ditka
169
84 Eat at Randy Whites Hall of Fame Barbeque
171
85 Craig Morton
173
86 Toni Fritsch
176
87 Do a Deal with Roger
178
88 Leon Lett
180
89 Watch Cowboy Highlights
182
90 Dat Nguyen
185
91 Read about Jerry
187
92 Shop Dallas Cowboys Online Store
190
93 Landry the Man
192
94 Attend Dallas Desperados Game
194
95 A Hall of Famer You Dont Know
195
96 Murder Mystery
197
97 Visit Don Meredith Museum
199
98 Larry Allen
201
99 Marion Barber
204
100 Crazy Ray
206
Bibliography
208
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About the author (2008)

Ed Housewright is an award-winning reporter for the Dallas Morning News. During his 24 years at the paper, he has covered local and state politics, criminal justice, health care, religion and sports. Ed authored The Official Gold's Gym Guide to Getting Started in Bodybuilding in 2005 and Winning Track and Field for Girls in 2004. His work has appeared in newspapers around the country and in Golf Digest. He is a native of Dallas, Texas, and a graduate of Southern Methodist University.

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