The true story of my family’s brief ownership of the last NFL franchise to go bankrupt.
Talk about a Cowboys souvenir.
Die-hard fans of America’s Team are debating that very question as we speak—and also wondering if the kid from Wisconsin with the buxom distraction can take them to the Super Bowl any faster than, say, Gary Hogeboom did.
The truth—what we can discern, anyway—about Tom Landry’s leukemia.
Two decades ago, a barbarian from Arkansas named Jerry Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys and rebooted the franchise from the ground up. Inside the wild first days of the most hostile takeover the NFL has ever known.
From a honky-tonk in Odessa to a Catholic church in Houston, there’s one night of the week when you’re guaranteed to find Texans at their snappiest.
The Dallas Cowboys old-timers reunion is over, but for one evening it was possible to remember when pro football was fun, players were loyal, and even a sportswriter could fall in love with his team.
Three years after he replaced Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson is giving Dallas Cowboys fans something to cheer about—and his critics are eating their words.
Roger Staubach is one Cowboy who always wears a white hat.
Not all the action was on the field at Super Bowl X.
Behind the mask is a man of God, a man devoted to the all-American goal of winning the all-American game as few have done before him.