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Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
According to ESPN, new Texas head coach Charlie Strong wants the Longhorns to play Texas A&M again:
quote:

While Texas and Texas A&M administrators have repeatedly said renewing the rivalry isn't on their front burners, new Longhorns coach Charlie Strong said he wants the rivalry to resume.

"You would like to see it happen," Strong told ESPN.com on Wednesday. "At some point it needs to happen. We need to play them."
Texas and Texas A&M have played each other a total of 118 times dating back to 1894. Texas leads the all-time series, 76-37-5 and won the last meeting in 2011, 27-25.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments (5) - Add Comments

ColoradoElkHerd - 19 months
He ought to come clean about covering it up when two of his players beat down another one in the Louisville locker room.

Might save chollie and the University of Louisville some money in the lawsuit settlement.
GatorReb - 19 months
agree about new logo. It looks like it belongs on the Arena league or XFL. doesnt look like a good classic logo for a ncaa conference
ColoradoElkHerd - 19 months
Last public statement from A&M President was "anytime & anywhere".

Too bad you took your ball and went home. Enjoy your quotes of leather helmet statistics as the Aggies have a lead in modern day wins.
Big Sway - 19 months
Why? It only benefits Texas and their sorry arse league strength of scheduale.
Hell no.
betweenthebara - 19 months
really don't like the new big 12 logo.
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