Some typos are more horrendous than others. Anyone can make a mistake, but when you work for the University of Texas, it is pretty important to spell “Texas” correctly. Especially when your typo shows up in a media guide. On every other page.
That’s one “Texsa”-sized typo.
The Longhorns’ media guide appears to have been fixed, but not before many chuckled at an earlier version which encouraged readers to check out “TexsaSports.com.”
— TexAgs (@TexAgs) July 24, 2014
— Boomer15 (@Boomer145) July 24, 2014
Inevitably, an Oklahoma fan moved quickly to register the domain name texsasports.com. A visit there reveals the Longhorns’ logo with the Sooners’ “OU” superimposed over it, plus the message, “OU IS BETTER THAN TEXAS. LEARN TO SPELL PLEASE, HRONS.”