Not only did Texas A&M lose in embarrassing fashion to Appalachian State but a viral pep rally video is making the school look worse.
After the team’s loss, a video showing A&M students mocking Appalachian State for being hillbillies and joking about their lack of knowledge about Appalachian State went extremely viral on the Internet.
Not yet pic.twitter.com/tKFV2UqtmA
— JoeySpeeds (@JBRACINGWRITES) September 12, 2022
After the video went viral, it appears that A&M is issuing DMCA copyright complaints to try to erase the video clip from the Internet.
Texas A&M keeps on filing DMCA complaints with Twitter to get videos taken down from the Yell Practice ™️
Would be a real shame if people were to see this video. https://t.co/82b50VHYus
— Pablo Escobarner (orange check) (@PabloEscoburner) September 12, 2022
Texas A&M DMCA’d the entire internet for their stupid tradition video getting out 😭😭😭 https://t.co/ivWwiF2EdP
— Auburn Barstool (@WarDamnStool) September 12, 2022
Have these 5 men DMCA’d your Twitter account recently? If so you’re entitled to compensation.
Please call 1-800-17-14 for more details. pic.twitter.com/AWfg59tsHS
— Unnecessary Roughness (@UnnecRoughness) September 12, 2022
The school is also failing at wiping the video off the Internet as fans keep uploading it to social media.
True: Texas A&M is currently trying to DMCA anyone who posts this video on Twitter pic.twitter.com/u80JcljWRR
— Barstool Florida (@UFBarstool) September 12, 2022
A&M should know by now that nothing every gets wiped off the Internet.
The Texas A&M pep rally video will live on forever.