Cotton Bowl Information
The Cotton Bowl is a division 1 college football bowl game that has been played year by year in 1937 in Dallas, Texas. It has previously been sponsored by Southwestern Bell Corporation, SBC Communications, and Mobil Oil, but is now officially backed by AT&T. The bowl game primarily features teams from the SEC and Big 12.
In the 2009 Cotton Bowl the Ole Miss Rebels took down the Texas Tech Red Raiders 47-34. During the game Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell tied and then broke the NCAA record for most collegiate career touchdown passes thrown at 134. This seasons event is scheduled to take place on New Yearâ€™s Day.