AUSTIN, Texas — The 2020 UIL Football State Championships for Conference 5A-6A will take place Jan. 15-16 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
School pre-sale tickets will be available from Sunday, January 10 at 12:00 p.m. until Monday, January 11 at 12:00 p.m. You must have a code from a participating school. Tickets will then go on sale to the general public Monday, January 11 at 1:00 p.m.
UIL Football State Championships
AT&T Stadium, Arlington
Friday, January 15, 2021
Conference 5A Division II – Aledo (12-1) vs. Crosby (12-3) – 1:00 p.m. Buy Tickets
Conference 5A Division I – Denton Ryan (14-0) vs. Cedar Park (13-0) – 7:00 p.m. Buy Tickets
Saturday, January 16, 2021
Conference 6A Division II – Cedar Hill (12-1) vs. Katy (13-1) – 1:00 p.m. Buy Tickets
Conference 6A Division I – Southlake Carroll (12-1) vs. Austin Westlake (13-0) – 7:00 p.m. Buy Tickets
*Note tickets are good for only one game. The stadium will be cleared between each contest.
For ticket and stadium guidelines visit the Fan Information Page on the UIL Website.
To request media credentials for the UIL Football State Championships, please submit an online media credential request form which can be found on the UIL website at https://www.uiltexas.org/form/media-credentials/request.php?sport=football by the media credential deadline, 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13. REQUESTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY DEADLINE FOR THE EVENT. LATE REQUESTS CANNOT BE CONSIDERED DUE TO COVID-19 CAPACITY LIMITATIONS.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the number of media credentials issued will be limited and credentials will be issued per game for this year. Please refer to the UIL Football State Championship Media Policy on the UIL website for media credential guidelines. Media credentials may only be picked up on game days at the AT&T Stadium North Ticket Office.
All guests at AT&T Stadium will be REQUIRED to wear a face covering at all times (including stadium parking lots), except when they are actively eating or drinking. For full AT&T Stadium health & safety guidelines, please visit their Safe Stadium information page.
AT&T Stadium Bag Policy
The AT&T Stadium Bag Policy will be in effect during all UIL Football State Championship games. This policy states that fans cannot bring any purse, bag or container larger than a small clutch bag. Prohibited items include: binocular cases, briefcases, camera bags, cinch bags, diaper bags, fanny packs and seat cushions. Fans may bring clear bags including a clear tote that does not exceed 12x6x12 inches or a clear one-gallon re-sealable storage bag. More information can be found at the following link: https://attstadium.com/stadium-info/bags/
UIL Football State Championship Games Telecast Schedule (January 15-16)
All UIL State Championship games will be televised on either Fox Sports Southwest or Fox Sports Southwest Plus. All games can also be found on the Fox Sports Go App.
For more broadcast information of the UIL Football State Championship, please visit the UIL website at https://www.uiltexas.org/football/state/football-state-championships-broadcast-information
Crosby scored more than 60 points three times during the playoffs, including a wild 62-61 semifinal victory over Liberty Hill. It averaged more than 400 yards per all games, almost evenly divided between the pass (215) and run (197). The Cougars' clear offensive standout trio are quarterback Deniquez Dunn (2,530 total yards, 37 total touchdowns), running back-quarterback Reggie Branch (3,188 total yards, 36 touchdowns) and wide receiver Jaylen Herman (65 catches, 1,262 yards, 14 touchdowns). All are seniors and have carried the Cougars during certain parts of the season.
Defensively, Crosby linebackers McCoy Casey (127 tackles) and Trevon King (113 tackles) get the job done.
Casey, King and Co. will have their work cut out slowing down the Bearcats, who scored at least 45 in all five playoff games, including 77-6 over Hillcrest.
Senior running back Demarco Roberts was the star in a 55-28 semifinal win over Rider (Wichita Falls) with 155 yards rushing and four touchdowns. But the team's go-to star is 5-foot-10, 175-pound receiver Jo Jo Earle, the state's No. 10 senior recruit according to 247Sports. He's headed to Alabama and the Crimson Tide have a history of recruiting very gifted wide receivers.
In two seasons heading into his senior year, Earle hauled in 149 passes for 2,691 yards and 31 touchdowns. He also rushed for 695 yards and 14 more scores, meaning head coach Tim Buchanan likes to get him the ball.
Aledo, like always, would much prefer to get out in front and grind the ball on the ground. Besides Earle, Aledo has another top recruit in 6-foot, 180-pound junior safety Bryan Allen, who has already committed to LSU.
Aledo and Crosby haven't met in at least 16 seasons.
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