Texas fans proved that guys aren't the only ones who can paint their chest in a show of support.
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The Longhorns played their first official college football game in 1894, and we have a feeling this fan was in the crowd that day.
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Texas RB Ramonce Taylor whooped it up with fans after the Longhorns' 45-12 win against Oklahoma during the Red River Shootout last October.
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Texas fans roared for their Longhorns during the annual Red River Shootout against Oklahoma last October.
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Longhorns fans exercised their lungs during a 2003 game against Oklahoma in Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas.
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Crowdsurfing is one way to celebrate a touchdown, as this Longhorn fan showed during a September 2003 game against Tulane.
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Texas fans cheered QB Vince Young as he ran past USC's Frostee Rucker for the 8-yard TD that secured the Longhorns' national championship. Texas defeated the Trojans, 41-38, at the Rose Bowl last January 4.
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These ladies had a great view of the Longhorns' 56-35 victory over Oklahoma State in October 2004.
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Enthusiastic Texas fans cheer for the Longhorns during the annual Red River Shootout against Oklahoma last October.
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Texas alumnus Matthew McConaughey tosses a football around with fellow fans in the parking lot before last January's Rose Bowl.
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These fans cheered so hard during last year's Rose Bowl, they lost the "AS" from Texas.
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