Posted by Chip Patterson
The bad blood between Texas and Texas A&M will not end with the Aggies' departure from the Big 12 to the SEC. While the challenge of continuing the on-field rivalry is in the hands of university administrators, the off-field war will likely wage well into the future. The most recent act of vandalism was likely the work of Aggies, assumed by the giant Texas A&M logo spray painted on Texas' campus.
The photo below marks the walkway in front of the Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences building, one of several areas that were affected by vandalism either Friday night or Saturday morning. "GiG em Aggies" was also spray painted along a bridge connecting the Winship Drama Building to San Jacinto Boulevard, in addition to other phrases and images on the Longhorns' campus.
(Image credit: The Daily Texan)
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