The alum of Houston's Stratford High School suffered criticism for his decision to call it quits, but players like Cowboys legend Troy Aikman have got his back.
After some uninspired starts from Brandon Weeden, Cowboys Nation turns its lonely eyes to, er, Matt Cassel. We've got other ideas.
She was 45 years old when the Cowboys were founded, and Troy has always been the star quarterback of her heart.
She welded wings onto airplanes in World War II, visited Soviet Russia to argue about airplanes, and modeled for a Lawrence Welk-affiliated clothing shop—but the most talked-about moment in her life was the day twenty years ago that Troy Aikman knocked on her door by mistake.
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.
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His dreams. His fears. The truth about his love life. A candid chat with Texas’ most misunderstood sports hero.
All-American Troy THANK YOU, SKIP HOLLANDSWORTH, for showing who Troy Aikman really is: a fierce competitor, a team player, and most of all, a human being [“The Real Troy Aikman,” December 1998]. What he has done on and off the field has made him the best quarterback in the…