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Texas legislation aims to reunite Texas, Texas A&M annually

Texas legislation aims to reunite Texas, Texas A&M annually

Hyped by on January 29, 2013 Website: www.examiner.com

It was once thought Texas state legislature was what would keep Texas and Texas A&M in the same conference. That proved not to be the case. Does it have the power to reunite the long time rivals? One legislator in the state of Texas hopes so.

Democratic representative Ryan Guillen, a Texas A&M alum, has introduced a bill that looks to mandate an annual football game between the Texas Longhorns and Texas A&M Aggies. Guillen announced his bill via Twitter Monday night.

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