When Oklahoma State takes the field against Texas Tech, there's going to be a lot of excitement to see whether the Cowboys can play with a good offense and if the Red Radiers can finally pull out a win over a good Big 12 team.
Given the excitement from both fanbases, there's an expected amount of trash talk that will come from both sides. However, before you unlock your phone and push on the Twitter or Facebook icon, remember this: They aren't all bad. In fact, most of them seem to be pretty cool. For example: They're going to have a moment of silence at the Tech stadium before the game.
Per Texas Tech, there will be a pregame moment of silence for the 4 who were killed in Stillwater. Also, possibly a video as well #OSU— Brian Holland (@BHollandSports) October 26, 2015
Want more? Well, the Tech fans have a thing, I'm sure everyone has seen, #Wreck__ for whatever team they're playing that week. Here's a post from a Sydney Cox on what the Athletic Department is doing.
Viva The Matadors, the SB Nation site for the Red Raiders, is also going to refrain from using the slogan in articles, per their Twitter account. I'll be honest, I didn't expect that from anyone and it wasn't going to cross my mind as anything bad, probably until someone sent a text or tweet mentioning it, it was something I just hadn't thought of. But again, we want to thank the Tech fans, faculty, students and anyone associated with the program for the thoughts and actions they are offering. For OSU fans, think of this post before you post.