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Little, Brown and Company
Love them or hate them, there's no such thing as a football fan who doesn't have an opinion on the Dallas Cowboys. <U1:SMARTTAGTYPE name="country-region" namespaceuri="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags"></U1:SMARTTAGTYPE><U1:SMARTTAGTYPE name="place" namespaceuri="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags"></U1:SMARTTAGTYPE>From Dandy Don Meredith, Roger Staubach and <U2:COUNTRY-REGION u3:st="on"><U2:PLACE u3:st="on">America</U2:PLACE></U2:COUNTRY-REGION>'s Team to the dynasty of the mid-nineties that won three Super Bowls and the glitzy soap opera team of today, the Cowboys have been delighting their fans and infuriating their rivals since 1960.<br><br>What sets the Cowboys apart from all other NFL franchises is that they have never been just about football. With their overbearing, ego-driven owner, players who can't stay out of the tabloids, a palatial new home field that sets the standard for modern stadiums, fans as enthusiastic as cheerleaders, and cheerleaders who are nearly as famous as the team itself, the Cowboys have become a staple of Americana. There is enough star power in the history of the team to drive an entire narrative, but THE DALLAS COWBOYS will be more than that.<br><br>Cowboys' stories abound, involving everything from the team's founder to its coaches, from running backs to quarterbacks. Joe Nick Patoski will plumb all these anecdotes, going to the locker rooms as well as to the boardrooms and the backrooms, and writing a book that will be not just an account of the team, but a very rich portrait of a time, a place, and a culture.