Texas Longhorn players getting ready to march to the Texas State Capital with the Austin Police Department pic.twitter.com/DUEN3fFqqW— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) June 4, 2020
Texas football coach Tom Herman handing out Gatorade as his players prepare to walk from the stadium to the Texas State Capital (he handed it out to players first) pic.twitter.com/SwYsrFd1WZ— Anwar Richardson (@AnwarRichardson) June 4, 2020
The @TexasFootball team walked from DKR-Texas Memorial to the Capitol late this afternoon to support #BlackLivesMatter@CSterns_7: "This platform that I have … I'm gonna use it. To anybody that disagrees and anyone that's blind to the situation – you are part of the problem." pic.twitter.com/UW2WAiuG5g— Bob Ballou (@BobBallouSports) June 5, 2020
I don’t care if college football is canceled or if we go 8-5, TEXAS IS BACK pic.twitter.com/nWkFtS67LY— HouseOfTakes (@HouseOfTakes) June 5, 2020
ICYMI: @TexasFootball Director of Player Development, Kevin Washington (@KevWash630), delivered a passionate, powerful speech before the Longhorn left the Capitol.— Jeff Barker (@JeffBarker_) June 5, 2020
"I pray that all of you die of OLD AGE, saying I did the right thing. I FOUGHT for the right thing." pic.twitter.com/7qvdeDIIXK
There’s just no other way to put it— this is fucking awesome! I don’t care if college football is canceled or if we go 8-5, because this team has a bigger agenda than football on their mind. Making a damn change. And I for one love it.
Every school across America is looking at the leadership on display by guys like Coach Herman, Caden Sterns, Sam Ehlinger, Brennan Eagles and wishing their school had half of it. Makes me proud, man. I mean just look at some of these quotes over the past few days:
#Texas #Longhorns' WR Brennan Eagles says in this post … "… I'm not going to play another snap knowing what's going on in our society due to color and the system being broken… I just can't …" https://t.co/oEwqRBO1HY— Chip Brown (@ChipBrown247) June 4, 2020
Just unreal. Make no mistake about it — TEXAS IS BACK.