the 2012 AT&T cotton bowl

December 31, 2011: K-State’s Logan Ortiz poses for a photo with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders during a Welcome Dinner at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

January 1, 2012: K-State’s head coach Bill Snyder shoots pool with the team.

January 2, 2012: K-State’s Nigel Malone answers questions from the media.

January 2, 2012: K-State’s David Garrett has his caricature drawn by Bob O’Brian.

January 3, 2012: A video of Fergie and Slash performing at Super Bowl XLV is shown on the high definition video board as the K-State football team holds practice at Cowboys Stadium.

January 5, 2012: K-State’s Arthur Brown and head coach Bill Snyder greet Patricia Sweeney and her daughter, Alasandra Manidiu, at the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.

January 5, 2012: Arlington police officer Deric Sheriff lets K-State’s Zach Nemechek sit on his motorcycle after the team visited the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.

January 5, 2012: K-State’s head coach Bill Snyder introduces the football team to 20,000 fans during a K-State alumni pep rally at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas.

January 6, 2012: The K-State Marching Band enters Cowboys Stadium.

January 6, 2012: K-State’s David Garrett tackles Arkansas’ Joe Adams.

Recently, I returned from a week in Dallas, Texas to document the K-State football team’s trip to the AT&T Cotton Bowl to play against Arkansas in Cowboys Stadium on January 6, 2012.

We had a great time in the “Big D”, but unfortunately, Arkansas defeated K-State 29-16.

I posted additional images at www.sportsshooter.com/scottweaver/cottonbowl

-scott weaver

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