Cotton Bowl Classic
The Cotton Bowl Classic is a college football bowl game that pits the second-choice team of the Big 12 against the third- or fourth-choice team of the SEC. The game was played annually since 1937 at its namesake stadium in Dallas, Texas. The bowl traditionally hosted the champion of the Southwest Conference prior to its merger into the Big 12. Their opponents varied, but were often second- or third-place teams in Southeastern Conference or major independents.
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0 7 ... Arkansas and Nebraska met for the first time in the 1965 Cotton Bowl Classic in Dallas, Texas ... could not hold off Texas in the Orange Bowl, which left Arkansas to take the number one spot in the FWAA Poll and a share of that year's national championship. 3-yard touchdown run, Tom McKnelly kick good 7 ... Source Razorback Bowl History – 1965 Cotton Bowl ...
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