AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, just held the 2nd annual AAU Battle of the Border youth All Star football games with Texas AAU vs. Arkansas AAU were held on December 14th, 2014 with 4 exciting games. Special thanks to the All Star Event Coordinators, Rod “Chico” Tanner (San Antonio, TX) and Reggie Swinton (Little Rock, Arkansas) on behalf of AAU Football with putting this event together in 2013 and again this year to host the AAU special football All Star Games in Arlington, Texas.
AAU Football is very proud to provide this opportunity for these young athletes including the excitement in playing in the USA’s premier Football Stadium. The first event was held December 27th, 2013 and the event grew tremendously with and additional game of the 12u Yoakum Texas Outlaws against the Memphis Pure Athletes that Memphis, TN which was won in dramatic fashion 8-7 in overtime. With a huge crowd on hand to witness this historical event, the 8u game was won by the Yoakum Texas Outlaws (STAAUYFL) defeating the AAAUFL 8-6 in overtime in a hard hitting battle.
The AAAUFL came back and represented Arkansas well with the 10u winning 18-0 and 12u winning 12-2. The winner of 2 of the 3 games is considered the champions. On behalf of AAU President, Roger Goudy and AAU National Football Chair, Keith Noll we are proud to announce that the event coordinators will continue to work to grow this event even larger in 2015 at AT&T (Dallas Cowboys) Stadium. For additional pictures and scores go to www.aaufootball.org.
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