Texas and Texas A&M don’t play each other on the football field anymore, but the rivalry might be growing … literally.
Bluebonnets, the state’s official flower, bloom across Texas this time of year.
But there’s something not right on the Longhorns’ campus.
The bluebonnets are growing maroon, which just happens to be the Aggies’ school color. Many in Austin believe these mysterious ones, also outside the nearby state capitol building, are genetically modified.