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Owners Of Rivals’ Texas And Texas A&M Sites Get Into Twitter Fight, Gloves Come Off And Both Look Foolish

Owners Of Rivals' Texas And Texas A&M Sites Get Into Twitter Fight, Gloves Come Off And Both Look Foolish

Watching two grown men argue with each other in real life is uncomfortable. Watching two grown men argue with each other on the internet is hilarious and sad, because a social media platform makes it a public spectacle. Yesterday, Geoff Ketchum, publisher of OrangeBloods.com, and Billy Liucci, co-owner of TexAgs.com, got into a Twitter spat after Ketchum invited Liucci onto his radio show to ask anything he’d like. The origin of the fight stemmed from a disagreement about where the two think five-star quarterback prospect Kyler Murray will sign next Wednesday.

It went down like this:


This should have been the end of the conversation, period. Liucci says no, gives a quick take on what he thinks about Murray’s recruitment, and is ready to move on with the rest of his day, but Ketchum couldn’t stop himself. He just had to turn a “who said what” argument into a chance to ask about Liucci’s personal life of partying with A&M players.


Actually, Billy, both of you look like total bitches right now–you even more so due to that douchey patch of fur on your chin. The world deserves a fight to the death, cage-style match between these two. The team associated with the winner gets a signed LOI by Kyler Murray.

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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