A&M chancellor says school doesn't need to sell alcohol at games

The University of Texas approved a proposal this week to sell beer and wine at football games in 2015.

So, naturally, Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp was asked if his school wanted to follow suit. Here's what he said Thursday.

Damn. You don't need to guess who the target of that dig is.

The Longhorns' record has gone backwards over the last three seasons, though it bears mention that Texas A&M's has too. However, the Aggies are still high off the move to the SEC and the fundraising boost (and ensuing Kyle Field renovations) its gotten since Johnny Manziel won the Heisman in 2012.

We do have a small quibble with Sharp, though. Many Aggie fans were likely trying to find ways to forget the team's 2014 59-0 loss to Alabama.

But hey, we hope the trash talk continues. Because we know that as long as Texas athletic director Steve Patterson is in charge in Austin (or barring a monstrous change of heart), the two teams aren't playing each other anytime soon.

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