Lincoln’s latest spots featuring Matthew McConaughey have gotten quite a lot of attention, especially in the Longhorn community.
It all started with this spot…set in Austin. with quotes like this:
Sometimes you’ve gotta go back, to actually move forward.
Our beautiful city is featured everywhere.
But wait, there’s more!
Matthew seems to go up against Bevo! And, Bevo wins!
Of course, Ellen decided to make a parody of it…because Ellen.
Jimmy & Guillermo (don’t mind the subtle racism of this relationship) visited toured our beloved 40 Acres this past week during SXSW.
While there, they ran into Dr. Junker (a lecturer in Advertising/PR), DJ Scott from KVRX, and the ladies of Alpha Epsilon Phi…and even made a pit stop at the Hole in the Wall.
It comes around every January to Austin, Texas. If you’re brand new here, you probably don’t know what it is. It usually take 2-3 years before you catch it…and it ain’t fun.
Below is a pic that looks like smoke, but it’s actually Cedar pollen flyin’ through the air in the Green Belt.
It’s called Cedar Fever and yes, it’s that bad.
For one, it’ll turn you into a monster.
Your eyes will tear up so bad in the middle of the day…people will think you were this kid from OU.
It’s so bad, people will think you were high…
Or, think you’ve turned into some sort of zombie…
Or, that you’ve just broken up with your boyfriend/girlfriend…
And yes, it’ll make you feel as if someone just punched you in the face…
And, just kept on punching you all. day. long.
To the point where you won’t even remember your own name…
But, don’t worry. Because it’ll be over soon and you’ll remember one thing.
Perhaps we’re spending too much time on“Dirty” Sixth Street.
Austin has been ranked as one of the drunkest cities in America, according to Men’s Health Magazine, which ranked 100 American cities on a top-to-bottom scale from “Stone-cold sober” to “Over the limit”. Austin was ranked 93rd, which in this case means that it is the seventh most-drunk city in America.
16 seasons, 3 BCS Bowl wins, 1 National Championship.
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Mack Brown leaving the football field with his wife, Sally, for the very last time as Texas head coach: pic.twitter.com/Txt1Je1wMj— BuzzFeed Sports (@BuzzFeedSports)