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Steve Sarkisian Has Message For Texas A&M Before Renewed Rivalry
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Texas is joining the SEC, along with Oklahoma, and that means Texas will play one of its biggest rivals, Texas A&M, for the first time in over 10 years this fall. Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian is more than ready for the rivalry...
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"The question is about with all of the changes happening in college football like NIL, transfer portal, conference realignment, you name it — we've got a lot going on right now," Sarkisian said, (first transcribed by 247Sports). "But with that change what's coming is renewing the rivalry with A&M and how to get our players that we recruit back into the vigor of that rivalry that I think y'all have enjoyed for decades and decades. It's not hard at all. We'll be ready."
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TFH16 days
Players care about one thing. Pay day.
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Tridentds16 days
Cannot believe Sark said that... You know... .whatever it was he was trying to say.

sloooooow news day I guess.
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4x4tiger16 days
Horns and Ags might get a couple games in before aTm leaves for the Big 10. Keep running away from their original daddy and now their new daddy, LSU
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TejasHorn16 days
This is about as ‘messagy’ as Sark gets with rivalries. That is, a nothingburger.
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BabyTac16 days
NIL has prepped Texas for the SEC. They are the new Alabama. Will dominate.
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Shaq4prez16 days
That really isnt a message for aTm like the headline implies.
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Dallasgrowl16 days
This will be fun to watch. It seems like everyone wins when one of them loses.
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Rodo16 days
Horns might be excited but Aggies are indifferent.
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Clark1416 days
Are you serious?
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Woodlands Tigah16 days
"Horns might be excited but Aggies are crying like bitches!" FIFY
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49 to nada16 days
Lol, other way around chief. This is a jihad game for you guys, just another tick on the schedule for us.
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