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Alabama has more wins at Cowboys Stadium in the last year than the Dallas Cowboys

If we're going off of records, the Dallas Cowboys would lose to a college football team if they played in Cowboys Stadium.

Okay, maybe not. But the Cowboys haven't won a game at home in a full year. In that 365-day span, the University of Alabama has won three games in Dallas.

Alabama opened last season and this season with wins in Cowboys Stadium – something Dallas failed to do last night. The Cowboys' lone home win came almost exactly a year ago on September 13, 2015.

Additionally, Alabama dominated in JerryWorld when it held a semifinal College Football Playoff game in January. Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide went on to win a national championship later that month.

Regardless of how it may seem, all hope is far from lost in Dallas. Dak Prescott showed that the future is bright for the Cowboys despite losing another game at home on Sunday. Between him, star rookie running back Ezekiel Elliot and Tony Romo's eventual return, the Cowboys should be just fine.

In the meantime, we're sure Nick Saban has a few pointers about winning in AT&T Stadium.

Goodyear Cotton Bowl - Alabama v Michigan StatePhoto: Getty

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