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nice little piece from it...
"Somewhere back in Texas, Longhorn fans are nervous as hell. They'll pretend that they aren't, try to downgrade this win and claim it's no big deal, but secretly they know that everything changed tonight. That their puny narrative about A&M not being a good fit for the SEC gave up the ghost tonight. The Longhorns can hear that train a comin' and they're standing in a dark tunnel with nowhere to go. How big was this win for A&M? A desperate Texas might even fire Mack Brown because of it."
There is nothing bigger in CFB, year to date, bigger than this game.
t.u. has one ass kicking left on the schedule in Manhatten, KS on December 1st.
A&M will likely win out.
See the first comment on the article: "Unbeknownst to anyone Tim Tebow and Chuck Norris were somehow able to conceive a child together, his name is Johnny Manziel."
This dude is pure gold.
Probably to LSU since we'll be kicking some other team's ass in Arizona.
“Honestly [tu's offer] doesn’t really matter though because I won’t go there. I won’t even visit." “I want to play big time ball in the SEC"
I know they worried, even until we won this game, they were all saying it was a down year in the SEC and A&M still can't win a big one. That LSU and Florida don't have offensives, well now what?
LSU would destroy tu
Congrats on the win. It was huge for your program. That being said, Clay Travis is a troll who tries to take a shot at Texas every chance he gets. He knows nothing about football, specifically in this state. For him to include anything about Texas in that article is an insult to ya'll. It has nothing to do with us, and you should get all the credit without the unnecessary shot at and implied connection to Texas.
The only thing tu has to do with any of this is that Manziel's Heisman chances likely pin on that 'here today, gone tomorrow' defense shutting down Klein.
Your logic is boggling my mind
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