Big 12 is 0-14 in Non-Conference Games at AT&T Stadium

Zach Brunner
Ohio State v TCU
Ohio State v TCU / Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Big 12 Conference has fielded some incredible teams in the past, and has put a large number of terrific talent into the NFL.

However, the conference sure has struggled trying to earn wins down in the heart of Texas. Yup, Big 12 teams going to "Jerry World" can't get the job done, as the Big 12 is an astounding 0-14 in non-conference games at AT&T Stadium.

The Big 12 has not played for a National Championship since 2009, with the Florida Gators taking down the Oklahoma Sooners. That was the same year AT&T Stadium opened.

The home of the Dallas Cowboys figured to be the home away from home for the Big 12, but that simply has not been the case.

Just last September, TCU lost to Ohio State at the stadium 40-28 in a game that TCU led at the half 14-13. This curse wouldn't be as big of a deal if the Cotton Bowl wasn't played there. As a conference, they are on a six-game losing streak in the Cotton Bowl.

If you think this is a fluke, take a look at what Texas A&M has done. The Aggies have played Arkansas at AT&T Stadium seven different times. They lost all three meetings when they were in the Big 12, and have won all four since leaving the conference.

We will have to see what the Cotton Bowl has in store for this season. More importantly, though, fans will look to see if the Big 12 can put an end to the losing streak in Dallas at AT&T Stadium.

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