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    Students Resurrect the Longhorn-Aggie Rivalry

    By Tracy Mueller
    Published: Dec. 4

    The official rivalry may have died in 2011, but an upstart group of Longhorns and Aggies hatched a plan to reunite the longtime foes.

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      Mike Putegnat said on Dec. 5 at 7:47 p.m.
      I'm thinking there may be a Highs-Mint in the bunch..( er, punch)... Frank & Fanny Flagball. Good show teams!
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      Nathan D. Kling said on Dec. 5 at 5:46 a.m.
      The true spirit of both schools is represented in this event. It is great to see the long time competition revived even in this format. Hook'em horns & Gig'em Aggies.... forever. NDK Class of '69 UT-A
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