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The rivalry between the Texas and Texas A&M began in the 1890s but was last played in 2011 when the Aggies' moved from the Big 12 to the SEC. Newly hired Texas head coach Charlie Strong has voiced his opinion recently about resuming the rivalry. Here is what he had to say via CBSSports.com,
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"It's all about the two ADs getting together and getting that figured out," Strong said. "When you look at it, it's been such a huge rivalry game. ... I think at some point it will get worked out.

"When there's been so much tradition there, you'd like to see it continue on. That's my feeling on it. I'd love to play it."

"You'd like to play it in a neutral site somewhere, where every year it's in that spot, whether it's Houston or Dallas," Strong said.
Former Texas AD DeLoss Dodds seemed hopeful that the game could be played again in 2018.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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texas doesn't want that game at a neutral spot. All that does is continue to make their home schedule suck.
Reply31 months
Look at all the butthurt Aggies in here...Always the bratty little brother
Reply31 months
frick that gadgetless ebony midget. No deal, sips.

Focus on not getting skullfricked by baylor.
Reply31 months
Not gonna happen.
Reply31 months
Texas can SUCK IT. TAMU is now the SEC's bitch.
Reply31 months
We're not playing Texas at a neutral site. End of story. If he thinks it will happen that way, he and his AD are even bigger dumbasses than we thought.
Reply31 months
What a stupid a-hole
Reply31 months
Dont do it TAMU
Reply31 months
He would like to get some SEC games to help strength of schedule.
Frick him!
Reply31 months
Neutral site? Seriously? What a moron.
Reply31 months
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