TCU To Host Super Bowl XLV Practices

TCU head coach Gary Patterson will see the Horned Frogs' practice facilities utilized by the AFC champions when Super Bowl XLV comes to town in 2011.

TCU head coach Gary Patterson will see the Horned Frogs' practice facilities utilized by the AFC champions when Super Bowl XLV comes to town in 2011.

May 12, 2009

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The National Football League and North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee have announced that TCU will be the site of team practices for the AFC champions when the 2011 game is played at the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium in Arlington on Feb. 6.

Fort Worth has been designated as the AFC host city. In addition to practicing at TCU, the AFC champions will stay at the Omni Fort Worth.

Taste of the NFL, one of the more popular events centered around the Super Bowl, will celebrate its 20th anniversary when it takes place Feb. 5 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. That same night, the AFC Fan Party will be held in downtown Fort Worth. Bass Hall, also in downtown Fort Worth, will be the site of a kick-off concert on March 6, 2010.

 

 


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