University of Texas-Austin to remove maroon-colored Bluebonnets

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AUSTIN, Texas - University of Texas officials have announced how they will take care of an apparent prank by Aggies.

Last week, a maroon version of the state flower sprouted on UT-Austin's campus.

Flower beds containing brightly-colored Bluebonnets are now home to a variant known as Alamo Fire, which is a shade of maroon.

Texas A&M's school colors, of course, are maroon and white.

There's speculation in the land of the Longhorns that Aggies are responsible for this, however, no one has taken responsibility.

UT officials say they will discretely remove all the flowers from campus.

They did not release a specific date.

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