Texas Longhorns fans takeover Wrigley Field

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Wrigley Field has been taken over by University of Texas fans on Friday as the Cubs played the Arizona Diamondbacks.

The Longhorns fans are in town because Texas plays Notre Dame in South Bend on Saturday, and the they’re practicing their football chants at Wrigley Field.

The Texas fans started chanting “Texas! Fight!” and “Hook’ em Horns!” during the game.

Longhorn fans even starting singing their fight song “The Eyes of Texas” in the left field bleachers.

“The Eyes” at Wrigley …Disch-Falk North!!!! #LF pic.twitter.com/F6kfIzDPy3 — Occupy LF (@OccupyLF) September 4, 2015

Those Texas fans travel really well because there was more Longhorns chants than Cubs chants during the game.

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