It's been two weeks since TCU annihilated Texas, 50-7, in one of the most spectacular routs of the season.
Texas A&M is playing Alabama this Saturday. Neither Texas nor TCU is ostensibly involved in the competition, but that didn't stop the Aggies' Kyle Field operations staff from epically trolling their Austin neighbors over what the Horned Frogs did to them.
Kyle Field showing the score of Texas's loss to TCU from two weeks ago. But, no, definitely not rivals anymore. pic.twitter.com/NDBLXRYxzP— Zach Barnett (@zach_barnett) October 17, 2015
In 2013, Texas A&M's president said of the two teams' relationship: "It's not relevant to us anymore, that's the whole point. It's not an important issue."
However, there are signs College Station is feeling more explicitly icy toward the Longhorns nowadays. This scoreboard trick isn't even the opening salvo.
Texas A&M's chancellor more recently hit Texas with this, after Texas decided to start selling alcohol at games:
A&M chancellor Sharp on alcohol at events: "Our athletic program has not reached the point where we require the numbing effects of alcohol."— Gabe Bock (@GabeBock) June 18, 2015
The Aggies commendably expressed their sorrow to the Longhorns over the death of their longtime mascot from bovine leukemia. But the Aggies still don't much like the Horns, and they're definitely not indifferent toward them.