Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys rolls out to pass the ball against the Green Bay Packers.
It's fitting in the heart of Big 10 country, we get Big 10 football in the first half of the Cowboys-Packers game.
A Mason Crosby field goal with no time left in the first half is the difference, with the Packers leading 3-0.
Neither team has been able to do anything on offense, The biggest play of the half, resulted in a turnover when Tony Romo hit a streaking Roy Williams. Williams then had the ball knocked loose by Charles Woodsen, and the Packers recovered.
The biggest news of the first half, was the loss of right tackle Marc Colombo. Colombo has a broken left fibula, Doug Free has replaced him.
As expected the Cowboys defense has been pressuring Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. They've only recorded two-sacks, but have forced minimal gains on scrambles, and have been in the QB's face routinely.
The Cowboys will have to regroup, and gain more than 111-yards next half to have a chance to win this game.