From The Rafters: Watching the Cotton Bowl from the cheap seats

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ARLINGTON, Texas - When it comes to a high-profile football game, a lot of fans dream of sitting on the 50 yard line.

However, that view comes with a price.

In fact, some of the tickets on the very back row of the stadium easily sell for hundreds of dollars, depending on the event.

While thousands of fans packed into AT&T Stadium Friday night to watch the Cowboys take on the Tigers, some of those fans were a little higher up than others.

In this case, some fans were extremely high up.

When you walk inside AT&T Stadium, it can be a little overwhelming, especially for the fans who purchased tickets all the way at the top.

"It's a struggle," said one fan near the rafters. "But this isn't horrible."

The view from the top is phenomenal, but the trek up the stairs can make those who are afraid of heights a little weak in the knees.

However, OSU and Missouri fans were making the best of the situation.

Cameron Wilkins said, "I don't think there's a bad seat in the place."

Afterall, how often do you really play in a Cotton Bowl?

It seems OSU fans will have their chance to come right back to Arlington and do it all over again.

Oklahoma State will face Florida State in the stadium at the beginning of next season.

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