Bevo is the name of the Texas Longhorns mascot. The school derives the school colors from its majestic profile. Its silhouette is the basis of the logo. The school saying and hand signal revolve around the magnificent beast.

When a Texas fan leaves Walmart and gets a whiff off the feedlot, they don't cringe at the smell; they breathe deep, and think of past victories. Just imagine the University of Texas without Bevo and his longstanding tradition and lineage. He's been around since 1916, for Pete's sake.

The original Bevo was named Bo, but that was 14 Bevos ago.

The history hasn't always been pretty, as past Bevos have charged cheerleaders, parked cars and the Baylor band. But no matter the Longhorns' success on the field, Bevo has been by their side.

The bombastic bull has as rich a history as the Texas Longhorn Football program. The sensational steer has seen it all. When Texas fans see Bevo they see hope for the future. They see the glory of the past. The vibrant orange and white is a signal that all is right in the UT universe. When those horns get to bouncin', UT fans hear Darrell Royal's Royalisms, They see Mack Brown's smile and Charlie Strong's tail lights.

That's what the University of Texas fans see.

The rest of Texas? They see dinner.

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Photo: Benjamin Teel (Used with permission)

All of a sudden I'm in the mood for a large ice tea to wash down the ribeye I'm eating.

Kudos to Pure Water Ice & Tea Company for their second hilarious sign in a row. (They also trolled OU last week.)

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