AT&T Gives Fans the Power to Determine Greatest Moment in AT&T Cotton Bowl History With Online and Text Voting Contest
AT&T Cotton Bowl history? Now you have the chance to decide.
To get fans even closer to the action leading up to the 2009 AT&T Cotton
Bowl Classic, AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) today announced the availability of the
Greatest Moment in AT&T Cotton Bowl History contest, which allows fans to vote
for the best play in Cotton Bowl history.
Fans can vote online at http://www.attcottonbowl.com/vote, and AT&T
wireless customers can also vote by texting A, B or C to 7313. Football fans
can choose from three classic plays that were selected by the Cotton Bowl
— A: The “Bench Tackle” in the 1954 game featuring Rice and
been for Lewis, Maegle would have surely scored, and Rice was awarded a
— B: The “Fourth-Down Catch” in the 1970 game with
With only two and a half minutes remaining, Longhorn quarterback
fourth-down catch by Cotton Spreyrer to keep the drive alive.
on to score and secure their second national championship in seven years.
— C: “Montana’s Miracle Comeback” in the 1979 game with
By the end of the game, a legend was born as
the greatest comebacks in college football history. Montana connected with
the extra point to give
“For die-hard college football fans, this is a great opportunity to get in
the action and vote for the best play in the history of the Cotton Bowl,” said
provide the wireless technology for this competition. With three amazing plays
to choose from, this is an exciting contest for these athletic programs and
The Greatest Moment winner will be announced at the 2009 AT&T Cotton Bowl
online or by text, and voters are automatically entered for a chance to win
tickets to the 2009 or 2010 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. Standard text message
rates apply. For official sweepstakes rules, visit
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