Texas A&M chancellor takes swipe at Texas selling alcohol

BY foxsports • June 18, 2015

Maybe the best thing that ever happened to the rivalry between Texas and Texas A&M was the decision for the schools not to play each other anymore.

It's certainly taken the sniping to a new level.

One day after Texas announced that it would begin selling beer and wine at home football games, Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp used that as an opportunity to take a jab at the Longhorns.

Of course all the talk means little as the schools haven't met on the football field since 2011 as Texas A&M left for the SEC next year. The schools have no plans to play each other as of now so verbal sparring is all the Aggies and Longhorns now have to keep the rivalry alive.


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