The 2009 Cotton Bowl marked the end of an era: it was the last game to be played in Dallas, and it drew a record crowd of more than 88,000 fans. Experience the upset victory again without commercial interruption, when the 20th-ranked Rebels conquered the seventh-ranked Red Raiders 47-34.
The 20th ranked Mississippi Rebels defeated the 7h ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders 47-34 to claim the 2009 AT&T Cotton Bowl victory. This was the fi nal game played at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, with the game moving to the new stadium In Arlington, Texas in 2010. The game also drew a Cotton Bowl record crowd of 88.175. Ole Miss was led by sophomore quarterback Jevan Snead's 293 passing yards and three touchdowns in the highest scoring Cotton Bowl in history. Coach Houston Nutt's Rebels (9-4) closed out their season with six straight victories, the most since Eli Manning's senior season in 2003. The Offi cial FOX Sports AT&T Cotton Bowl DVD includes the commercial-free game broadcast as well as special bonus features. It is a great addition to any Ole Miss fan's collection.