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LSU center Liam Shanahan, linebacker Jabril Cox, and wide receiver Jaray Jenkins all spoke to the media on Tuesday and were asked about the Texas A&M rivalry.

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I love jaray jenkins
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If they hate A&M this much already, just imagine the hurt they’re gonna put on em Saturday. You know, when they actually play A&M.
Reply2 months
I wish we were getting ready to play UT in Austin but Texas lite will due I suppose.
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Wtf would Shanihan know about it lol. Plus the dudes about to get his shite pushed in by Bobby Brown
Reply2 months
Literally 3 guys who have never played in that rivalry.
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It is not a rivalry when it is one sided!
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1-1 in the past two years ya dummy
2 months
What is the records since TAM joins the SEC?
2 months
Roux, seriously. They’ve beaten us once since joining the SEC, and that win was bull shite.
2 months
Harvard even hates A&M?
Reply2 months
What does Ivy League boy know about this rivalry. He was not even born when it was good
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STFU punk. You ruin gumbo
2 months
Okra does ruin gumbo. Damn I’m glad someone said it.
2 months
Weird they are quoting Shanahan and Cox here for an A&M “rivalry” in which they have never participated.
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Maybe they hated A&M before they got here
2 months
Can't blame them
2 months
Because unless you are one of the unfortuante TAM alumni or student, everyone HATES THE AGGIES, it is universal.
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