A handful Texas A&M supporters have spoken. Well, actually, they’ve bought a billboard to do the talking for them.
The image above comes to you from Waco, Texas – home of Baylor – and is positioned directly off a major highway for all interested individuals to see. This gesture has already created quite a stir on Baylor message boards thus far, and it’s clear that many aren’t happy that this sign has found a home in their hometown.
This billboard, of course, is meaningful because Baylor has made life difficult on the Aggies in the past few weeks. A&M, who is still a member for the Big 12 at the moment, has wanted to leave for the SEC but hasn’t officially done so because of the threat of legal action. Although this jump seem inevitable, fans have decided to express their sentiments regarding these actions.
This marks the second major college football-centric billboard effort of 2011, the first coming when a Michigan billboard took the liberty of taking a shot at Ohio State, and more specifically Jim Tressel when he “resigned.”
Yes, expansion mania is reaching new heights each and every day.