As construction progresses on the south end zone of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, a new rendering of the signature Longhorns logo cutout planned by Populous emerged on Thursday.
Found this new artist rendering with an overhead view of the new south end zone project at DKR-TMS. Now I'm starting to get what the "Longhorn patio" looks like. pic.twitter.com/NgOVPiXDMa— Brian Davis (@BDavisAAS) November 14, 2019
The rendering provides the first overhead view of the cutout for the Longhorn patio, meant to display the school’s iconic logo, through which the Texas players will enter the field for games.
Unfortunately, trying to translate that iconic logo into the south end zone results in some compromises that make it look less like the Longhorns logo and more like, well, let’s let Twitter take this away.
Props to Texas for a touching tribute to the female reproductive system... the UTerus https://t.co/SlBIndWkA0— Shehan Jeyarajah (@ShehanJeyarajah) November 14, 2019
That’s it. We have to change it now. pic.twitter.com/1xZoSDW8pa— Burnt Orange Nation (@BON_SBNation) November 15, 2019
please join in another round of everybody’s favorite bootleg Texas merch game, “Bevo or Cervix” https://t.co/mEnHvKUObS— holly anderson (@HollyAnderson) November 15, 2019
This should be aborted immediately.— Uncle Phil (@The5thH0rseman) November 14, 2019
So, yeah, Texas and Populous might want to think about this one a little bit more.