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The Fun stuff! The Texas Longhorns!
College football (Seperate to the NFL) is massive here in the States and this follows true for Texas. The team here in Austin is The "Texas Longhorns". and last year the football team made a net profit of $71 million dollars, this compares to the top rugby league teams earning $2 milion a year. College footballers cannot be paid ...
... travelers with the "quaint" parts of Texas.
It is my hope that as you join me in my travells you also discover a new "old" Texas and learn to love it as much as I do.
Check back often in the coming weeks as I explore the Texas Hill Country and mabey see something you had no idea existed. Thank You for being a part of this.