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  • Gerald J. Ford Stadium
    The SMU Mustangs gallop onto the field with 20 returning seniors, back-to-back bowl appearances, and 96 years of football-flavored wisdom. Groupon-getters snag seats in section 123, which showcases exciting midfield events such as the coin toss, the kickoff, and the team's customary halftime minuet. With five All-Conference USA players on the roster, the Mustangs plan to wow fans and daunt foes with helmet-rattling tackles and earth-shattering punts. Last season, junior quarterback Kyle Padron set SMU records with 3,828 passing yards, 302 completions, and 31 touchdowns. Junior linebacker Ja'Gared Davis, a member of the Lombardi Award watch list, sacked nine opponents and 8.6 tons of groceries in 2010.
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    5801 Airline Road
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dallas Vigilantes
    Led by a solid core of veteran players and first-year head coach Clint Dolezel, the Vigilantes hope to build off last year?s inaugural campaign while providing the high-octane entertainment of arena football. Cheer as quarterback Dan Raudabaugh and wide receiver Matt Fields lead the Vigilantes in juking, tomahawk high-fiving, and running mesmerizing routes past dazed defenders, looking to defend their first-place standing. Each ticket provides admission for a regular-season home game against Central Division rivals and American Conference foes such as the hot-streaking San Jose Sabercats, winners of their last three contests and 50 cents in this month?s Powerball. From eye-enthralling lower-sideline seats, fans can relish the hard-hitting action inside the American Airlines Center while marveling at the referees' flag-throwing prowess, high-fiving ushers, and rewarding neighbors' Jumbotron appearances with impromptu Gatorade baths.
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    2500 Victory Avenue
    Dallas, TX US
  • Texas Marshals
    As a founding member of the Texas Collegiate League, the Texas Marshals have groomed college players for futures in pro baseball since 2004. The Marshals travel throughout the state each summer, playing a minor-league-style schedule while maintaining their NCAA eligibility. The players follow the same rules as minor leaguers, using the same equipment and making sure every entrance song is set in a minor key.
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    7920 Beltline Road 10th Floor, Suite 1005 Dallas, Texas 75254
    Dallas, TX US
  • Texas Revolution vs. New Mexico Gladiators
    For a team named the Revolution, Texas's Indoor Football League squad has undergone a fitting number of changes. After spending 10 years in the now-defunct af2 league as the Arkansas Twisters, the team migrated to the Lone Star State in 2011, carrying hitchhikers on their backs along the way and becoming the Allen Wranglers. In 2013, the franchise adopted its current name while remaining in Allen, where it continues to draw standout prospects from many of the region's colleges, including the University of Texas, Texas Christian University, and the University of Oklahoma.
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    200 E Stacy Rd.
    Allen, TX US
  • Texas Legends
    The Texas Legends, the sole minor league affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks. Owned by Donnie Nelson ~ GM for the Dallas Mavs & Evan Wyly of Green Mountain Energy. Spud Webb as President of Basketball Operations & Nancy Lieberman as head coach.
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    2601 Avenue Of The Stars
    Frisco, TX US
  • Arlington Skatium
    A playlist of popular tunes absorbs the subtle clicks and wooshes of wheels on wood as skaters glide around the golden floor at Arlington Skatium. Open-skate sessions allow rollers of any age to rack up laps, while preschool/stroller skate sessions grant two-foot fledglings and baby buggies exclusive access to the floorboards. The center also hosts skating classes to help students shave seconds off of their morning commute. Between sets, blue neon lights show the way to the snack bar, where skaters can refuel with a pizza or soda before settling down for a nap in the arcade room.
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    5515 S Cooper St
    Arlington, TX US

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