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It will be his first time playing at the $1.3 billion Cowboys Stadium after many appearances at Texas Stadium.

“It’s fun going home and playing and I’m excited about it,” he said. “Once the ball is snapped, I’m not thinking about that.”

One of his teammates might.

Suh brought up this week his 0-2 lifetime record at Cowboys Stadium. There was the loss to Dallas last season, and an excruciating, last-second loss to the Texas Longhorns in the Big 12 championship game when he was at Nebraska.

“I don’t really like that stadium,” he said.