University Of Oklahoma Taunts Texas Before Saturday’s Game

first_img Take a look at the tweet below.Don’t do it…….. …………………. Don’t do it…………………. …………………. ………………… .Don’t do it………………… pic.twitter.com/fOoWQjN9QE— Univ. of Oklahoma (@UofOklahoma) October 8, 2019[Related Article:Texas Player Responds To Jalen Hurts’ Comments About Rivalry]Who doesn’t love college football? Especially during a rivalry week.The Red River Showdown is one of the best rivalries in all of sports. This year’s game carries heavy connotations as well.No. 6 Oklahoma and No. 11 Texas each have College Football Playoff aspirations. A Longhorns’ loss would most likely eliminate the possibility of a playoff berth.Texas-Oklahoma kicks off at noon ET on FOX. Oklahoma football player does "Horns Down" gesture to troll Texas football.DALLAS – OCTOBER 11: Running back Mossis Madu #17 of the Oklahoma Sooners gives a downward “hook em horns” sign while walking to the field alongside the Texas Longhorns band at the Cotton Bowl on October 11, 2008 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Oklahoma-Texas rivalry week is finally here. With the Red River Showdown just days away, anticipation is building for the top 15 contest. With it, fans and players are starting to engage in some lighthearted rivalry fun.“Hook’em Horns” has long been the Texas slogan and hand signal. But as we all know, Oklahoma has twisted the tradition into an off-the-field mocking. Sooners players have created their own version of the gesture, turning the horns upside down and calling it “Horns Down.”OU head coach Lincoln Riley has since said that his players will not engage in the gesture on Saturday. But that won’t stop the University of Oklahoma social media team from poking fun at Texas.In a tweet on Tuesday afternoon, the account posted picture of a Sooners fan doing the Horns Down. The caption reads “Don’t do it” a few times before showing the picture.last_img

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