Texas Longhorns cheerleaders invade Dallas restaurant for Red River Rivalry (Video)

Sep 21, 2013; Austin, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns cheerleaders pose for a photo during the fourth quarter of a football game against the Kansas State Wildcats at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns won 31-21. Mandatory Credit: Jim Cowsert-USA TODAY Sports

Last night, the Texas Longhorns cheerleaders were in Dallas ahead of this weekend’s Red River Rivalry match up with their rivals, the Oklahoma Sooners. They went out to a Dallas area restaurant, Romano’s Macaroni Grill on Northwest Highway, and decided to entertain the guests.

It was a quiet night at the restaurant, so the restaurant looks empty, but there were tables present to watch. The tables were just not in camera shot. They started out clapping and doing some “Texas Fight” chants before breaking out some stunts. It wasn’t anything particularly risky or dangerous, just girls up on the male cheerleaders shoulders.

It still was fun for the customers in side, and the crowd was pretty pro-Texas Longhorns, it didn’t seem like there were any Oklahoma fans inside.

The plate breaking at the end was done as part of a ‘celebration’ and not a Sooners fan violently protesting.

I don’t know if their performance earned them a discount on their dinner or not though, but it seems like Dallas is ready for the Red River Rivalry this weekend.

Tags: Cheerleader Oklahoma Sooners Texas Longhorns

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