Which is better: football or soccer?

The top football teams in Texas are currently ranked No. 1 in the state.

The state has a population of over 21 million and has one of the largest soccer leagues in the nation. 

Football dominates the state and its athletic teams have dominated the Texas sports scene.

The Texas Rangers and the Dallas Cowboys are both based in Austin.

The Austin Peay and the Austin Zips are both located in San Antonio.

The Texas Longhorns have been to three national championship games.

They’ve won four, and the Longhorns are expected to make it four this season.

But the top football team in the world is far from a lock for the Big 12 championship. 

Here are some reasons why: Football has historically been more popular in Texas, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. 

“Football is popular and that’s not changing, but the game is still the most popular sport in Texas,” said Julie Burchill, who researches sports and sports economics at the University of Texas at Austin.

Burchill told Business Insider in May that “football is a big draw in Texas and has been for years.”

The popularity of the game has been linked to the popularity of Texas A&M, a University of Central Florida, the University, and other major schools in the Lone Star State. 

In recent years, the popularity has also increased as fans travel and see more sporting events. 

There are also some factors that could contribute to the increase in popularity of football, including the popularity and size of the stadiums. 

One factor that has been growing in popularity over the past decade is the influx of new sports fans.

This is a positive trend for the Longhorn football program, as it is the fastest growing athletic program in the country, according the University of Texas. 

As of January 2017, there were nearly 1.7 million people who attended at least one game in the Texas athletic program. 

At this point, there are about 13,500 student-athletes on the roster of the Texas Longhorn Football program, according Texas athletic department. 

The Longhorns also have the third-largest athletic budget in the Big XII conference.

The Longhorns spend about $6.5 million per season.

The school also has about $3.5 billion in debt.