MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A picture circulating in the Twitterverse involving the Longhorns downward in West Virginia will offend some folks. Some will laugh, and there will probably be a few eye rolls

The University of West Virginia football program has a nice blue and gold graphic of their 2019 football schedule inside of their football complex, the Puskar Center.

Sean Manning, a WVU athletics beat reporter for a local newspaper, tweeted a pic of the schedule with the caption, "It's officially a thing inside the Puskar Center."

The "thing" Manning is referring to is the fact UT's Longhorn logo and Texas Longhorns are upside down. The Mountaineers host Texas on Oct. 5.

This is more proof that the "upside down Horns" is not limited to UT's two primary rivals, OU and Texas A&M.

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