PHOTO: Longhorns’ Foreman twins get massive matching back tattoos

Texas WR Armanti Foreman (No. 83) and his twin brother and teammate, RB D'Onta Foreman, showed how close they really are.

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Sophomore twin brothers D’Onta and Armanti Foreman have both been solid contributors for the Texas Longhorns so far this season.

D’Onta is a running back who is carving out more and more playing time. He rushed for 117 yards in last week’s 24-17 win over Oklahoma, including a hugely important 81-yard run to close out the third quarter. Armanti is a wide receiver who has 10 catches for 142 yards on the season. 

These brothers are close. To show just how close, Armanti — who at 5-foot-11 and 204 pounds is about an inch shorter and 35 pounds lighter than his tailback brother — had the following tattoo inked on his back. He recently showed it off on his Twitter account. 

Soon after came another tweet showing D’Onta’s back with his own version of the same tattoo. 

These guys are only sophomores, so there could be plenty of big moments ahead for them. And more skin to ink. 

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