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Spagnola: Heartbreaking Moments Change Course of Cowboys History

Article Posted Fri, 2 Feb 2018

FRISCO, Texas – The Dallas Cowboys have just completed their 58th NFL season, having entered the league as an expansion franchise in 1960. Read          As we know, they have played in eight Super Bowls, winning five, creating this perception out there of a fairly charmed existence, all beginning with the franchise’s first winning season in 1966, the start of that NFL-record string of 20 consecutive winning seasons. They also became the first team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in four years during their re-emergence in the 1990s. Read

Spagnola: Rather Amazing 50 Years Ago Sunday Ice Bowl Still Frozen In Time

Article Posted Fri, 29 Dec 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Let me out myself from the start. Read          Grew up in the South Suburbs of Chicago, South Chicago Heights to be exact, nearly the furthest southern suburb of Chicago before the country began, like 35 miles from The City. Read          Grew up a White Sox fan, not Cubs. Read          Staunch Blackhawks and Bulls fan. Read          But not Bears. Uh, Packers. Read

Spagnola: Packers Have A Long History Of Inflicting Pain On The Cowboys

Article Posted Fri, 6 Oct 2017

FRISCO, Texas – Darn those Green Bay Packers. Read          Here they are again, showing up Sunday at AT&T Stadium, inevitably always snooping around at inopportune times it seems for the Dallas Cowboys. Read          Never fails, and this time is no different, coming in here at 3-1, with the Cowboys only treading water over the first four games of this 2017 season at 2-2. One week the Cowboys win, one week the Cowboys lose, back and forth. No consistency … yet … leaving so many of you hoping and doubting at the same time. Read

Remembering Former Cowboys Offensive Lineman Tony Liscio

Article Posted Fri, 23 Jun 2017

When Tony Liscio died on Father’s Day of ALS, the notorious Lou Gehrig’s Disease, he could no longer speak but he could still remember a life full of love, laughter, friendship and football achievement. Fortunately, he wrote those memories down in a casual loose-leaf journal, which his wife of 54 years, Annette, kindly shared with me. Read OK, here we go. Read Tony was a “Pittsburgh Guy,” so he was thrilled as a Cowboys offensive tackle in October 1963 when his team played in his hometown. Also chilled. Read

Cowboys logran su cuarta victoria consecutiva

Article Posted Mon, 10 Oct 2016

Rumbo a la quinta jornada el equipo de Jason Garrett estuvo bajo el microscopio acarreando una racha de tres victorias consecutivas, de que Dak Prescott no tira el pase largo, y que Tony Romo si, pero de nuevo fue la tranquilidad del ahora marisc Read