Apr 7, 2014, 11:10 PM EST
Jerry Jones built a gigantic stadium with a gigantic scoreboard and AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas drew a record crowd of 79,238 on Monday night for the NCAA Championship game between UConn and Kentucky.
That means the Dallas Cowboys home stadium drew a Final Four record of 158,682 people. Pretty impressive numbers for what’s been a very entertaining 2014 NCAA Tournament.
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