Maryland owns Texas with ruthless post on Twitter
Those who are active on Twitter might have noticed a new fun game going around. It’s simple really, one account shares an image of a team logo and fans name the first player that comes to mind who played for that school.
Except Maryland took the game to an entirely new level. It came at the expense of Texas.
Longhorn Network shared the image of Texas’s primary logo, prompting fans to name the player they first think of when they see it. After having won two-straight football contests against Texas, Maryland just couldn’t help itself.
“Jeshaun Jones,” Maryland’s Twitter account responded.
— Maryland Terrapins (@umterps) May 15, 2020
Make that three straight wins for Maryland over Texas.
Jones had an incredible performance in his first game at the college level in 2018. Jones accounted for one rushing, one receiving and one passing touchdown in the Terrapins’ 34-29 victory over the Longhorns. He finished the game with two catches for 73 yards, one carry for 28 yards and completed his one pass for 20 yards.
Maryland also defeated Texas in 2017 by a score of 51-41.