Beating the hell outta the blogosphere
A modern day carpetbagger, cuppycup is a northerner by birth and an Aggie by destiny. Cloaked in maroon and white, he lives in the shadows of Kyle Field. His first Texas A&M football game was the 1986 Cotton Bowl where the Fightin’ Texas Aggies repeatedly stuffed Heisman Trophy winner Bo Jackson at the goal line en route to a 36-16 victory. He thought it was awesome that Aggies said “hell” in unison. Cup has an abundance of literary accomplishments that will serve him well as a member of this staff. It would take too much space to list them all but highlights include writing for a high school newspaper, winning a poetry contest in 6th grade, and inserting “This page is intentionally left blank” notices into technical manuals. cuppycup has been fine-tuning his snark since his mommy opened a Prodigy account for him in 1990. He built his first website in 1994 which featured a prominently beveled logo. cuppycup has been a regular poster on TexAgs since 2006 who started gratuitously posting animated gifs during realignment last year. He attributes his popularity to the rubber stamp tool in Fireworks which is a version of Photoshop for idiots.
Last night's episode of Mad Men didn't make sense and neither does this GIF of Mike Gundy.
Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury is acting more and more like Ryan Gosling every day.
We imagine living in a world where College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock is in charge of corporate branding.
The time for waffles is now. Aggieland Outfitters is selling a waffle t-shirt and yet we still have no place to eat reputable waffles. This is our formal, professional presentation designed to sway the Board of Directors at Waffle House inc. to act.
This new logo combined all four crappy logos into one sophisticated and appealing logo.
I believed that the Johnny pic with his Heisman holding a blunt was photoshopped until I saw this.
From the first 2013 Elite 11 regional camps in Dallas, here's Johnny Manziel talking with Yogi Roth about his memories of attending the prestigious quarterback camp and his meteoric rise to stardom during his Heisman Trophy season at Texas A&M.
A couple of us GBH staffers helped photographer Andrew Hancock on a photoshoot for 12th Man Magazine last week. Here are some pics from my iPhone.
Maroon Weekly posted this video of Ben Rector improvising about Johnny Football at the Grand Stafford Theater in Downtown Bryan, Texas.
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