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November 23, 2011
A University of Texas cheerleader performs in front of a giant Texas flag draped on the UT Tower during...
Austin, UNITED STATES
University of Texas cheerleader performs in front of a giant Texas flag draped on the UT Tower during...
A University of Texas cheerleader performs in front of a giant Texas flag draped on the UT Tower during the Hex Rally in Austin, Texas on 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. Photo taken November 21, 2011. REUTERS/Julia Robinson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
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