Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones heard some boos during his team's 29-24 loss last Sunday to the New York Giants. The Cowboys fell behind 23-0 early in the second quarter, leading fans to boo Jones' face when it appeared in a breast cancer awareness video played during a timeout.
After the game, Jones claimed he had been to "boo school" in his time as Cowboys owner. Jones appeared on Dallas' 105.3 The Fan and talked about how he's been schooled in handling boobirds since buying the Cowboys in 1989:
First of all, they teach you, don’t ever walk into another sport or another venue and be introduced — a basketball, baseball game or what have you — because if a boo starts, it’s going to be pretty good, so don’t do that. Why’d I even go to boo school?
Jones went on to say in the interview that "certainly in 24 years I’ve experienced boos" and "that I’m not saying that it doesn’t hurt to get booed, but that just goes with it."
Of his team's play, Jones said that the Cowboys mounted a "super effort" to get back into the game and take a fourth quarter lead. He also compared a football team to "jello," saying "when you get part of it under control, the other part’s coming out the other side."