The Baylor Bears Stomp The Texas Longhorns 30-10 In The Deep In The Heart of Texas Bowl

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 8 December 2013

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The Baylor Bears awarded the game ball to the Bears cheerleaders whom they said really got them fired up.

WACO, Texas - If you are a Texas Longhorn fan the outcome of the Baylor - Texas game surely had you shaking your head and wondering what the hell?

Well the Bears of Baylor who are ranked #9, kicked the Longhorns of Texas, who are ranked #25, all the way back to Austin after stomping them 30-10.

And amazingly enough the halftime score at Floyd Casey Stadium was 3-3, but after the bands played, the cheerleaders cheered, and the hot dog vendors vended, things turned pretty ugly for the UT folks.

Baylor showed the 'Horns no mercy as they ran circles around their fellow Lone Star staters.

Zorro La Bamba with Sports Bet Gazette said that he really felt sorry for the Longhorn team which just seemed to collapse before everyone's eyes.

La Bamba said that at one point the Longhorn mascot Bevo turned away after a Texas fumble.

A few minutes later Bevo had a bowel movement that caused some of the Baylor fans to file a complaint with stadium officials.

La Bamba spoke with two Longhorn starters who said off-the-record that they plan to transfer to another university after the current school year.

One player said he will be enrolling at Grambling University and the other one said he will be enrolling at Baylor.

SIDENOTE: Amazingly enough, one of the Longhorn coaches blamed the loss on the fact that it was 23 degrees and the Longhorn players were real cold.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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