Oh, God. Is that…?
Yes, that was dog feces reportedly spread all over the exterior and throughout the interior of one of the Aggies' buses, which could not be locked. The other three buses were merely vandalized with some sort of paint or shoe polish. The canine digestive leftovers were limited to just the one bus, thankfully.
Texas A&M athletic director Bill Byrne, predictably, was not a happy man.
"Someone vandalized our buses in Lubbock," home to Texas Tech's campus, Byrne tweeted. "Excrement inside and outside of buses plus spray painted vulgarities on outside. Classy."
There was no security for the locked buses or the unlocked bus because "it's never been an issue before," Byrne said, according to the Houston Chronicle.
What has been an issue is the Aggies' ability to protect large leads. In their previous two games, they lost after holding halftime leads of 20-3 over Oklahoma State and 35-17 over Arkansas. They managed to change that trend Saturday after building a 31-20 halftime lead over the Red Raiders, rushing for 205 yards and sacking Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege three times.
That odor the residents of College Station, Texas, detect as their team arrives back at Texas Agricultural & Mining University? Call it the sweet smell of success.
PHOTO OF THE DAY
You may want to just keep running, Cyrus Gray. Trust us.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"I'm going to do everything I can to honor him this year and beyond. And the biggest thing I can do to honor him is to win, pure and simple."
— Raiders coach Hue Jackson on longtime owner Al Davis, who died Saturday at age 82
TWEET OF THE DAY
Nobody's more trendy than Jack.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
Tourist: Troy Polamalu, are you made of wax?
Troy: Yes. (Hangs head in shame.)