Found January 08, 2013 on
It would be easy to guess that the user who posted this AT&T commercial parody is a Texas A&M Aggies fan, as the football player from the "Hello" commercial and all related footage has been replaced by images of Aggies QB (and Heisman Trophy winner) Johnny Manziel.
Oklahoma Sooners coach Bob Stoops still appears in the fake ad, although his line is bleeped as a form of creative unnecessary censorship.
To top things off, the parody displays the following domain name at the end of the video: DoesOUStillsuck.com. This domain name is real and will take you to a web page that simply reads: 41-13. That happens to be the score of Friday night's A&M victory over Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl, sponsored by AT&T. It all ties together quite nicely.
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