The 1917 Branding Bunch
      On February 10, 1917, a group of students from Texas A&M University kidnapped the mascot of their lifetime rival, The University of Texas. The Aggies delivered this longhorn steer to Waco, Texas, where they branded an A&M winning football score, 13-0, on his side. To save face, University of Texas transformed the brand to read "BEVO." This has remained the mascot's name until this day.

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Original painting is in oil.

Image on print is 94% of the size of the original.

Image Size :
16 5/8" x 22 1/4"

Paper Size :
20 1/8" x 26 1/8"

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