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Photo by The University of Texas Athletics/University Images via Getty Images Next stop: Kyle Field’s jumbotron There’s a strong argument to be made that it never gets old watching Texas Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers throw the football. His throwing motion has a purity to it, like the calming sensation a trickling natural spring gives the senses, only it’s quick and violent. EA College Football ‘25 recognized as much when they cast Ewers as one of the newly released game’s main faces, including Ewers’ sizable cameo during the game’s opening credits. However, Texas A&M fans—who clearly dread the fact that they have to play the Longhorns in football again—aren’t as appreciative of Ewers’ prodigal ability to throw the ole pig-skin. this fucking sucks dude— dark gary (@TexAgTesla) July 11, 2024 Poetic, indeed. Some take the moaning and griping a step further. Absolutely no way that will be the first thing I see on this game after waiting for 10 years… and the every. single. time. after. https://t.co/QJGHQMtv40— Jack Smith (@Jack_smitty7) July 11, 2024 If seeing Ewers’ face predominantly displayed on a video game is bad for some Aggie fans, must wait until they see his face on the jumbotron at Kyle Field after he throws a touchdown pass.

Sunday Specials in Austin

Coyote Ugly
Bar
501 East 6th Street, Austin TX, 78701
Sinful Sundays
Sunday
7pm-close
$2 Bud Light
$3 Titos
It's time for the hair of the dog after a great weekend, and we have the cure to make sure you can coast into Monday.

Happy Hour
12-7pm
$3 Shocktop draft
$3 Deep Eddie (all flavors)
Perfect 10 Men's Club
Bar & Restaurant
16511 Bratton Lane, Austin TX, 78728
Sundays:
- “In the BIZ” Sundays $4 calls, wells and premiums 11 pm to close for those issued our “In the BIZ” card
- Free roll poker tournament at 3 pm $200 prize

Every night:
- 50% off champagne and wine from 8 - 11 pm
- 25% off non-discounted liquor tab when you join our TEXT CLUB
The Landing Strip Austin
Bar
745 S. Bastrop Hwy, Austin TX, 78753
Sunday Funday
- No cover and $10 dances all day and night
- $4.99 NY Strip and Fries OR Burger and Fries until 8pm
- 5pm to 8pm: $4 You-Call-Its
- 8pm to 10pm: $6 You-Call-Its

Daily Happy Hour
- $10 dances, $4.99 NY Strip and Fries OR Burger and Fries until 8pm
- 5pm to 8pm: $4 You-Call-Its
- 8pm to 10pm: $6 You-Call-Its
The Melting Pot
Restaurant
13343 Research Blvd., Austin TX, 78750
Weekend Brunch
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS • 12 P.M. - 4 P.M.
Relax and enjoy our cheese fondues, special lunch entrees and chocolate fondues for brunch. Unique mimosas and other creative brunch drinks enhance your early afternoon fondue experience.
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