Earlier this week, ESPN.com's Chris Low reported that both Texas' Charlie Strong and Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin have a desire to resume the two schools' long-standing rivalry after a three-year hiatus. Strong, however, told Low that he hadn't forced the issue with his bosses yet. "Let me win some games first," said Strong, whose went 6-7 in his first season in Austin. "Then I can push it. I don't know if I want to go walking into College Station right now." That quote prompted Texas A&M freshman defensive tackle Daylon Mack, who strongly considered the Longhorns before signing with the Aggies two months ago, to tweet out this T-shirt:
Texas freshman Cecil Cherry didn't appreciate Mack's ribbing. And he fired right back:
Let him talk all he want to and tell his sorry lame coach to play us and get beat by the best team in Texas and let them know we run things— Cecil Cherry (@cecil__cherry3) April 17, 2015
Can we get this game off Twitter and back on the field already?