When you have a venue as beautiful (and as large) as AT&T Stadium, you need to make sure its constantly in use.
That’s why so many events often taken place at the Dallas Cowboys home, including high school football championships which will be kicking off this Saturday in Arlington.
Playing high school championship games at NFL stadiums isn’t anything new, though I’m pretty sure that when AT&T Stadium booked the event, they didn’t expect one of the high school teams to trolls the tenants.
Suffering through another late season collapse, the Dallas Cowboys are hanging onto a potential playoff birth by their fingernails, something Aledo High School decided to mock on their school sweatshirts, crafted for the upcoming game:
We heard you need a winner. We will be there this weekend. Hang tight!
Currently undefeated, Aledo will play for the 4A division II state championship game against Brenham. Earlier this season, Aledo broke a national high school football record, scoring 985 points on the season – 82 more than the previous record holder Albemarle High School out of North Carolina.