The rivalry between the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies was arguably the best in college football before the latter school left the Big 12 to join the SEC in 2012. This past season marked the first time since 1915 that the schools didn’t play each other on the gridiron and it appeared it might be the last. However, Texas state representative Ryan Guillen has filed a bill that, if passed, would require Texas and Texas A&M to play each other every season in a non-conference game. He cites all the right reasons, but when you look deeper into this little scheme, you see he has an ulterior motive.
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