Modified: September 22, 2007 at 10:19 am •  Published: September 22, 2007
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Should the Cowboys play Texas Tech in Dallas every year?

Mike Baldwin: Playing a series against Texas Tech every year in the Metroplex is a no-brainer. It helps recruiting, gets Dallas alums more involved and brings in millions, especially if rumors are true Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is offering a sizeable guarantee.

Berry Tramel: Let me get this straight. You spend more than $200 million on virtually a new stadium, you raise ticket prices, then you take one of your marquee home games and move it OFF campus, 250 miles away. How does that make any sense?

Baldwin: Mike Holder and OSU officials have promised a minimum of six home games at Boone Pickens Stadium by hording future home games, especially in odd-numbered years they normally host T-Tech. OSU has six home games this year and would have six in 2009 and 2011. Fans wouldn't get less home games than they're currently getting.

Tramel: Let's ask the season-ticket holder if there's a difference between a home game against Sam Houston State and a home game against Texas Tech.

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