Lone Star Sadness: Horns, Aggies form Axis of Underachievers

StrangerHorn

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RALPH D. RUSSO
Sat, October 3, 2020, 9:17 PM CDT


At the top of USA Today's most recent revenue rankings for college athletic departments are Texas and Texas A&M.
Both had revenues of more than $200 million for the 2018-19 school year. Ohio State was the only other school to crack the $200 million mark.
The Longhorns and Aggies seemingly have it all: revenue, resources and location. No state produces more major college football players than Texas.
Texas and Texas A&M have everything needed to put out a national championship-level football program. Right?
RALPH D. RUSSO
Sat, October 3, 2020, 9:17 PM CDT


At the top of USA Today's most recent revenue rankings for college athletic departments are Texas and Texas A&M.
Both had revenues of more than $200 million for the 2018-19 school year. Ohio State was the only other school to crack the $200 million mark.
The Longhorns and Aggies seemingly have it all: revenue, resources and location. No state produces more major college football players than Texas.
Texas and Texas A&M have everything needed to put out a national championship-level football program. Right?
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Apparently not. The erstwhile rivals remain stuck in a cycle of disappointment. The Aggies and Longhorns refuse to play each other but combine to form an Axis of Underachievers in the Lone Star State.
The latest failures came Saturday. No. 9 Texas and No. 13 Texas A&M were two of eight ranked teams t


https://www.yahoo.com/sports/lone-star-sadness-horns-aggies-021749424.html


Sad to be called Underachieves....
 

2300 Nueces

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RALPH D. RUSSO
Sat, October 3, 2020, 9:17 PM CDT


At the top of USA Today's most recent revenue rankings for college athletic departments are Texas and Texas A&M.
Both had revenues of more than $200 million for the 2018-19 school year. Ohio State was the only other school to crack the $200 million mark.
The Longhorns and Aggies seemingly have it all: revenue, resources and location. No state produces more major college football players than Texas.
Texas and Texas A&M have everything needed to put out a national championship-level football program. Right?
RALPH D. RUSSO
Sat, October 3, 2020, 9:17 PM CDT


At the top of USA Today's most recent revenue rankings for college athletic departments are Texas and Texas A&M.
Both had revenues of more than $200 million for the 2018-19 school year. Ohio State was the only other school to crack the $200 million mark.
The Longhorns and Aggies seemingly have it all: revenue, resources and location. No state produces more major college football players than Texas.
Texas and Texas A&M have everything needed to put out a national championship-level football program. Right?
- ADVERTISEMENT -

Apparently not. The erstwhile rivals remain stuck in a cycle of disappointment. The Aggies and Longhorns refuse to play each other but combine to form an Axis of Underachievers in the Lone Star State.
The latest failures came Saturday. No. 9 Texas and No. 13 Texas A&M were two of eight ranked teams t


https://www.yahoo.com/sports/lone-star-sadness-horns-aggies-021749424.html


Sad to be called Underachieves....
Someone should nail this to the door at Bellmont.
 
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