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Cotton Bowl

Cotton Bowl

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January 1, 1991: Miami 46 – Texas 3

January 1, 1992: Florida State 10 – Texas A&M 2

January 1, 1993: Notre Dame 28 - Texas A&M 3

January 1, 1994: Notre Dame 24 – Texas A&M 21

January 2, 1995: USC 55 – Texas Tech 14

January 1, 1996: Colorado 38 – Oregon 6

January 1, 1997: BYU 19 – Kansas State 15

January 1, 1998: UCLA 29 – Texas A&M 23

January 1, 1999: Texas 38 – Mississippi State 11

January 1, 2000: Arkansas 27 – Texas 7

January 1, 2001: Kansas State 35 – Tennessee 21

January 1, 2002: Oklahoma 10 – Arkansas 3

January 1, 2003: Texas 35 – LSU 20

January 2, 2004: Ole Miss 31 – Oklahoma State 28

January 1, 2005: Tennessee 38 – Texas A&M 7

January 2, 2006: Alabama 13 – Texas Tech 10

January 1, 2007: Auburn 17 – Nebraska 14

January 1, 2008: Missouri 38 – Arkansas 7

January 2, 2009: Ole Miss 47 –Texas Tech 34

January 2, 2010: Ole Miss 21 – Oklahoma State 7

January 7, 2011: Cotton Bowl Tickets: LSU Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies



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Cotton Bowl

Cotton Bowl History 1991 – Present

The 2010 college football season has come to an end and now two teams are ready to offer Cotton Bowl tickets to their students, alumni, and fans. Those two teams are the 10-2 LSU Tigers out of the SEC and the 9-3 Texas A&M Aggies out of the Big 12. This year will be the second at the new location, Cowboys Stadium.

The LSU Tigers finished #11 in the polls and number three in the loaded SEC West, behind the Auburn Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks. The Tigers win in quite uncharacteristic fashion for an LSU team. The team had a great defense, holding opponents to 17.8 points a game (9th in college football) while posting a quite average number of points, 28.8 points a game (50th in college football).

The key players are quarterback Jordan Jefferson and running back Steven Ridley. Jefferson's passing stats are not very substantial (1,253 yards, 4 touchdowns, and 9 interceptions). Jefferson has improved as a passer, but he remains valuable as a running option. As Jefferson has improved, so has Stevan Ridley's performance. The running back managed to squeak past the 1,000 yard mark and has 14 touchdowns. The LSU Tigers offense needs these two to perform optimally to pull off a win at the Cotton Bowl.

Texas A&M comes in as the hometown favorites. The Aggies are 9-3, third in the South Division of the Big 12, and #17 in the polls. Texas A&M has been winning with a balanced offense and a superb defense. The Aggies hold their opponents to 20.3 points a game while the offense pours in 31.8 a game.

The offense averages 281.8 passing yards and 165.8 rushing yards a game. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill has taken over for Jerrod Johnson and running back Cyrus Gray has taken over for Christine Michael. Gray has been the more impressive of the two replacements. The most impressive talent on the roster is on the defense. Defensive end Von Miller won the Dick Butkus Award this season. The Aggies will be relying on all three of these players to beat the Tigers.

This look like it is going to be a terrific game. Perhaps the best Cotton Bowl in years. Find your Cotton Bowl tickets to see if the hometown favorites can defeat their Louisiana rivals.