after the 1992 nfc championship game in which the cowboys beat the 49er, cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson yelled how bout them cowboys!
If he didn't coin the phrase, it was certainly popularized by Dallas head coach Jimmy Johnson during the Cowboys' playoff run after the 1992 regular season.
To say someone coined a phrase means that he or she first used it or is otherwise credited with its origin. Writer Francis Brett Young coined that particular phrase in 1940.
A coined expression is a phrase that is very popular or one that is used often. A coined expression can also be a new phrase or an existing phrase or word that is used in a new sense.
Fannie Lou Hamer coined this phrase. She also coined the phrase 'Nobody's free until every body's free'.
In 1995, Alanis Morissette coined the phrase in her song "Head Over Feet."
Nam June Paik coined the phrase "Information Highway" in 1974. :)
robert hooke coined the phrase tiny boxes and he was looking at a cell
Dallas Cowboys <3 How 'bout them Cowboys !
Yes he is on the Dallas Cowboys. HOW BOUT THE COWBOYS
Who coined the phrase For it is easier to build a child then to repair an adult.
"Git-R-Done" is a phrase that was coined by comedian Larry the Cable Guy.
Like that one phrase - Whatchu talkin bout willis?? Try - Whatcu talkin bout mRNA?
Dick Clark coined the phrase.
To 'coin a phrase' means to have invented it or 'came up with it'.
The Roman poet Albius Tibullus (c. 55 B.C. - c. 19 B.C.) coined the phrase 'eternal city'.
The phrase, 'ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country' was coined by President John F. Kennedy. John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
It was not a politician who coined the phrase, but rather James Truslow Adams, a historian and author who published the book "The Epic of America" in 1931.
Maxwell House coined the phrase good to the last drop. This is considered one of the top 100 marketing campaigns of all time.
Theatre veteran "Noel Coward" coined the phrase in the early 1950's. He wrote a song with the title "Why Must the Show Go On?"
The slogan "ecology is permanent economy" was coined by the Chipko movement in India.
The origin of the phrase is really not known, it seems to have appeared in about 1949/1950
the cowboys suck.they cant even make a touchdown.man cut romo instead of t.o and that's real rite there
whoever has the chalk face :)