With every college football season, more neutral site games between big name programs pop up. In Tuscaloosa or Madison, an Alabama-Wisconsin game would be one of the highlights of the season. In Arlington, Texas? Ticket sales are not going very well.
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AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, has a listed capacity of 80,000. Even if they manage to sell another ten thousand tickets, that stadium won't look great. We understand why teams are going for these high-profile, one-off neutral site games, but they definitely aren't great for the fans, especially when the game is being played nine hours from one campus and 15.5 hours from the other.