Found August 25, 2013 on Tireball.com:
getty images Cowboys Stadium has a humongous video screen stretching across the field so naturally there is a chance of a kicked ball hitting said video screen. In the event that a punt hits the screen the kicking team will re-kick. This series of events took place in Saturday nights pre-season game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Cowboyspunter Chris Jones booted a ball which hit the scoreboard. On the re-kick Brandon Tate returned the punt 75 yards for a touchdown. The Cowboys won 24-18 but again this was the pre-season. Had this been the regular season this undoubtedly would have cost the Cowboys a game. H/T: The Big Lead
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