ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- The Final Four was like a Dallas Cowboys game for owner Jerry Jones: a mix of boos and cheers when he was shown on the huge video board.
Jones, the man behind the billion-dollar showplace that is hosting its first Final Four, smiled widely when he was shown early in the first semifinal between Florida and Connecticut on Saturday.
The boos were pretty strong for the man known as a business and marketing whiz who is often criticized for his football moves as the general manager of a team that has just one playoff win since 1997.
The video board is the signature piece of the home of the Cowboys, and gives basketball fans a better view of the game from the upper deck.
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