Near the end of every Cowboys game, our dallascowboys.com staff its way from the press box down to the field with about five minutes left in each game. They do an on-field feature immediately after the game and the video is then placed on our website. The crew usually makes it to the field
with a few minutes left on the clock as was the case in St. Louis this past weekend.
If you're familiar with dallascowboys.com then you are probably familiar with the work of our resident film man, Bryan Broaddus. If you're familiar with Broaddus then you know he is a proud alumnus of Louisiana State University. Broaddus, Nick Eatman, Derek Eagleton, Rowan Kavner, David Helman, Ed Cahill and myself were all watching the final minutes of the game from the Cowboys sideline when Mo Claiborne, also an LSU alum, intercepted an Austin Davis pass to seal the victory for the Cowboys.
Before the game had ended we had received a few tweets with this screen capture of Broaddus looking on like a proud father as Mo walked off the field with the intercepted ball in hand.
We thought it would be fun to create a photo gallery of moments in history that Broaddus has been proud of. Enjoy.
The Cameras captured a very proud Bryan Broaddus after Mo Claiborne's game ending INT on Sunday. So we took it and had a little fun.