Found September 13, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Despite College GameDay’s presence in College Station, the graphics crew was still unable to put together a graphic properly.  It appears someone thinks that the Alabama Crimson Tide are playing the Texas Longhorns. [@ChipBrownOB]

Mayors betting barbecue ribs on Alabama-Texas A&M

SEC West, and potentially BCS, title hopes are on the line as No. 1 Alabama and No. 6 Texas A&M meet Saturday in College Station. But city leaders are literally adding some more flavor to the macthup. If the Crimson Tide win, mayor Walt Maddox will send ribs from Dreamland BBQ and Alabama gear to the mayors of College Station (Nancy Berry) and Bryan, Texas (Jason Bienski)....

Alabama Fan Pranks Texas A&M By Hanging Script 'A' on University Sign

This season's Game of the Century is a day closer. As the weekend draws near there are likely going to be a number of Alabama fans showing up in College Station. With a game of this magnitude there is no way the Crimson Tide will not have a presence at Kyle Field. One fan tried to make his/her presence felt a little early by trolling Texas A&M and placing a Alabama script...

Ricky Willliams ready for change in Austin

One player who was around for the last major change in Austin believes it's time for another transition for the Longhorns. Ricky Williams, who was the Longhorns starting running back when former Texas head coach John Mackovic was fired and current head coach Mack Brown was brought in back in 1998, says it's time for another change for the storied program. "You know...

Texas fans put up a banner supporting Alabama over Texas A&M in Birmingham

Despite the fact that the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Texas Longhorns in a national championship game, Texas fans are offering support in the form of banners that say “Hook ‘em Bama.” Texas and Texas A&M are rivals that used to be in the same conference. Now, TAMU is in the SEC while Texas remains in the Big 12. I guess that hatred never goes away. Brilliant. RT @AndrewJBone...

Change On The Way? Not So Fast Friends

Credit: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” – George Santayana Prophetic words which time and again, through the course of history, have proven correct on countless occasions. Simply put, if you can’t correct your mistakes you will continue to make them. For the majority of Longhorn fans, their memories of recent history are a fog...

UT QB Ash to miss game against Ole Miss

The Texas Longhorns will look to Case McCoy Saturday to try to put an end to a bad week. According to Texas athletic trainer Kenny Boyd, starting quarterback David Ash will miss the game against Ole Miss with a headright shoulder injury. The junior was knocked out of last Saturdays 40-21 loss to BYU in the fourth quarter and replaced by McCoy. In two games for Texas, Ash has thrown...

Bama Battles Texas A&M: Will Bama Target Johnny Manziel?

After Alabama won their third title in four years, Nick Saban had some unfinished business with the A&M Aggies. "Johnny Football" embarrassed the Crimson Tide on their own field in 2012.When most fans should've been bragging and discussing the Alabama Crimson Tide in the offseason, the team was long forgotten thanks to Johnny Manziel. From a Texas University...

Nick Saban walks out on press conference in response to DJ Fluker questions

Alabama head coach Nick Saban ended his press conference prematurely on Wednesday after he became frustrated with questions about a Yahoo! Sports article citing documents and text messages that have led to an improper benefits investigation. Former Crimson Tide lineman DJ Fluker has reportedly been interviewed by compliance officers and is cooperating with the school’s […]

Ole Miss Rebels vs. Texas Longhorns Preview and Prediction

After giving up a school-record 550 rushing yards to BYU and firing their defensive coordinator Manny Diaz, Texas doesn’t have much time to...

Texas A&M vs. Alabama: Breakdown of Johnny Manziel vs. Alabama’s Defense

Last year’s Texas A&M vs. Alabama matchup was the defining game of the season. It gave eventual national champion Alabama Crimson Tide their only loss of the year and potentially the motivational boost they needed to finish off a tremendous season. It gave Kevin Sumlin and Texas A&M their first SEC signature win, showing that not only does A&M belong in the SEC,...

Texas QB David Ash Out for Ole Miss Game

The hits keep coming for Texas. If they didn’t have enough problems surronding the program with people calling for Mack Brown to be fired, the AD reportedly stepping down at the end of the season, and breaking in a new defensive coordinator in week 3. Well add something else. Starting QB David Ash will be out for tonights big matchup with Ole Miss. Ash suffered head and right...

Chip Brown: DeLoss Dodds to Step Down

Potentially huge news just broken by Chip Brown of Orangebloods, who reports Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds will step down at years end, moving into a secondary role. Browns full story is currently posted to their website. The payoff for Dodds to go is relatively inexpensive, as he will simply collect what is already owed to him until his contract expires in late summer 2015...

Bald Man on Campus: Scott Van Pelt interviews C.J. Mosley before Texas A&M game

ESPN's Scott Van Pelt caught up with Alabama All-American linebacker C.J. Mosley before the Crimson Tide's highly anticipated showdown with Texas A&M.

Video: Johnny Manziel finds Mike Evans for 95-yard touchdown

Johnny Manziel found a bit more magic, hitting WR Mike Evans for a 95-yard fourth quarter touchdown against the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Report: Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds will step down at end of year

According to a report from, Texas Longhorns athletic director DeLoss Dodds will step down at the end of the year.
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