7 Times The Dallas Cowboys Galloped Through The ACMs
1. Troy Aikman introduced a country legend.
The renowned Dallas Cowboys QB graced the ACM stage at AT&T Stadium to introduce Alan Jackson's heartfelt performance of "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)."
2. Jason Witten was larger than life.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten towered over co-presenter Hunter Hayes at the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards, but that didn't stop the dapper dudes from bro-ing out offstage. Before Sunday's ceremony, the pair joined kids from Voice of Hope Ministries to help fill backpacks with food for needy kids. Awwww!
3. The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders were pom-pom perfection.
Not only are these ladies known for being one of the best cheerleading squads in the NFL, but the spirited squad also kicked butt as ACMs trophy presenters.
4. Luke Bryan boasted his color-coordination skills.
Whoever styled Luke Bryan for his ACM live performance definitely showed off some Dallas Cowboys pride by dressing the Entertainer of the Year winner in the team's signature shade of royal blue.
5. Tony Romo threw the old pigskin.
Did you see when Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo threw the pigskin at Luke Bryan—and the singer actually caught it? Good to know if this whole music thing doesn't work out, Bryan has a career in football.
6. Gene and Jerry Jones were bursting with team pride.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his wife Gene were all smiles as they sauntered down the red carpet before Sunday's ACM broadcast. Jerry's known for being a hands-on GM and, apparently, he was just as involved with the awards. Rumor has it he visited rehearsals every day leading up to the big event.
7. Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan smized inside Cowboys HQ.
The structure formerly known as Cowboys Stadium provided the perfect selfie backdrop for ACM co-hosts Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan.