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FOOTBALL-RIVALRY/TEXAS
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November 23, 2011
Hannah Brooks, 5, (C), waits as mother Stephanie, (R), and father Ricky, (L), light their candles during...
Austin, UNITED STATES
Hannah Brooks waits as mother Stephanie and father Rick ight their candles during the Hex Rally on the...
Hannah Brooks, 5, (C), waits as mother Stephanie, (R), and father Ricky, (L), light their candles during the Hex Rally on the main mall at the University of Texas Austin, Texas November 21, 2011. The tradition started in 1941 to break a losing streak against rival the Texas A&M Aggies. According to legend, in 1941 students consulted fortune teller Madam Augusta Hipple who instructed them to burn red candles the week before the game as a way of "hexing" the Aggies. UT's Hex Rally and A&M's Bonfire traditions are both ending this year as Texas A&M joins the SEC after the end of the season. Picture taken November 21, 2011. REUTERS/Julia Robinson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
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