Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Weekly Trivia: Texas A&M Aggies and Texas Longhorns Win-Loss Record

The answer to last week's trivia question, "Since Oregon started playing football in 1916, what is the Ducks’ best season record and in what year?" is 7-0-1 (0.938 winning percentage) in their inaugural 1916 season. The 2001 season is a close second with an 11-1 record and 0.917 winning percentage.

There are several big rivalry games this week, and you know what they say about rivalries: “You can throw the records out when these two teams meet.” Well, I am not going to do that with one rivalry this week: Texas and Texas A&M. The Aggies are 8-3 and the Longhorns are 5-6. This week's question is:
When was the last time that Texas A&M had a better win-loss record than Texas going into their annual game?
Leave your answer in the comments section. The answer will be revealed next Wednesday when a new question is asked.

For more trivia questions, visit the Trivia page.

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