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The universal sign language of football is employed by a fan at Shotwell Stadium as Abilene Christian and Angelo State square off in their annual Texas grudge match.
One fall day: College Football in America | Abilene Christian at Angelo State

A rivalry deep in the heart of Texas

By Reid Laymance
Globe Staf / October 15, 2006

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ABILENE, Texas -- More than 100 high school seniors lined the southwest wall of Shotwell Stadium yesterday, watching Abilene Christian and Angelo State prepare for the renewal of their Lone Star Conference rivalry. Most had played the night before and had gotten up to make the drive here for a recruiting visit. (Full article: 840 words)

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