Sunday, November 4, 2012
North Texas in play for another Super Bowl
By Calvin Watkins
ATLANTA -- Cowboys Stadium is in play to get another Super Bowl.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he's in favor of North Texas getting another game. Arlington, Texas, hosted Super Bowl XLV, a 31-25 victory for the Green Bay Packers over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The game was marred by a seating fiasco and bad weather the week of the game. But the weather was clear the day of the game.
"Yes, at some point sure, I do," Goodell said prior to the Cowboys-Atlanta Falcons game Sunday night. "It's a great stadium and a great market. I think they will get another Super Bowl."
North Texas isn't eligible to host another Super Bowl until 2018.