Oklahoma Will Now Sell “Horns Down” Donuts At Games

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first_img Believe it or not, Oklahoma has found a new way to heighten the rivalry antics this upcoming season. The newest addition to the “Horns Down” slogan and hand signal is coming in a form one might not expect — a delicious pastry.The new “Horns Down” doughnut will be available at all Oklahoma home football games. It looks exactly like one would expect.Among the fare at OU this season: the “Horns Down” donut. #Sooners #HookEm pic.twitter.com/XiDRwAYdiY— John E. Hoover (@johnehoover) August 26, 2019Unfortunately, the Red River Showdown will take place at the Cotton Bowl in 2019, as per tradition.But that won’t stop Oklahoma fans from loading up on the new dessert during home games — especially considering the message it sends to their rival. Oklahoma football player does "Horns Down" gesture to troll Texas football.DALLAS – OCTOBER 11: Running back Mossis Madu #17 of the Oklahoma Sooners gives a downward “hook em horns” sign while walking to the field alongside the Texas Longhorns band at the Cotton Bowl on October 11, 2008 in Dallas, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)Oklahoma and Texas have played each other 114 times. The “Red River Showdown” is one of the best rivalries in all of sports.Despite so many games being played between the two teams though, the rivalry continues to reach new heights.Texas players and fans use the “Hook ’em Horns” not only as their slogan, but a hand signal to support the program. The ever popular hand display became a staple in college football long ago and remains that way to this day.But like many of the iconic gestures in sports, fans typically discover a way to mock it. Insert “Horns Down.” Simple and upside down, yet effective. The gesture has caught the attention of media, fans and players.last_img

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