http://www.foxsportsworld.com/content/view?contentId=1776108 I'm sure that somebody's gonna rip Wheelock's stance that back in 1996, playing at the big local stadiums made sense. However, go back and read Steve Davis' article today in the Dallas Morning News and see if there isn'tsomething to what Wheelock is saying. Sure, Dragon Stadium is an utter piece of crap, but even if it had a grass field, would that make everything OK? No. It would still be a dinky high-school stadium and the Burn would still look dinky for having it as their home field. And this is a team that has seven years' experience under their belts. Imagine if they had played at a stadium like Dragon Stadium from day one, instead of the Cotton Bowl. And I've heard this from non-soccer media types (including local sports talk hosts) and ordinary people alike. The Burn, when they were at the Cotton Bowl, were playing at a big-time venue and that gave the team a little added luster. They were a major league team at a major league stadium. But now that they're playing at a high school stadium, they seem... well, a little more bush league.