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Kick Off 2015 with Bowl Games and Music

North Texas hosts two of the biggest NCAA football games in January 2015: the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic and the 2015 College Football National Championship Game. Both of these events are happening at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, and an NTTA toll road can get to you to the kickoff quickly, safely and conveniently. Before you hit the road, visit NTTA.org or use the NTTA Tollmate app to check traffic conditions.

Newswire_Cottow Bowl79th Annual Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic

Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015

See the battle between Big Ten and Big 12 as the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans take on the No. 5 Baylor Bears. Kickoff is at 11:45 a.m.

For more information on Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, including how to purchase tickets, visit GoodyearCottonBowl.com

Directions to AT&T StadiumTake the western portion of President George Bush Turnpike, which intersects with I-30.

 

 

Newswire_College Games2015 College Football National Championship Game

Monday, Jan. 12, 2015

College football has entered a four-team playoff era, and the final game will be hosted at the AT&T Stadium. The final four colleges – Oregon, Florida State, Alabama and Ohio State – will battle it out to see who will meet in North Texas.

Pre-game events are scheduled throughout the region Jan. 9-11, including tailgating and fan festival, with the game kickoff scheduled for 7 p.m.

For more information on the College Football National Championship Game, including how to purchase tickets, visit CollegeFootballPlayoff.com.

Directions to AT&T StadiumTake the western portion of President George Bush Turnpike, which intersects with I-30.

 

Newswire_at&t playlist playoff

AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!

Saturday, Jan. 10 – Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015

Before the players snap the ball at the National Championship Game, head to the American Airlines Center in downtown Dallas to enjoy legendary musicians Lenny Kravitz (1/10) and Sting (1/11) at AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!

For tickets, visit AmericanAirlinesCenter.com.

Directions to American Airlines Center – Take the Dallas North Tollway southbound and exit Oak Lawn Avenue. Turn slight right on Oak Lawn Avenue and then left on N. Stemmons Freeway. Take a slight left on Hi Line Drive, which becomes Victory Avenue. The AAC will be on the left.