Adam Shead knows the Texas fight song well
That’s because his Texas high school, Cedar Hill, played the fight song.
“I know it well,” Shead said. Then he sang a couple lines so the media could hear the similarity between it.
“Cedar Hill, Cedar Hill, we’re the home of the red and white,” Shead sang.
“We changed it up a bit but it’s tight though.”
So this week Shead’s caught himself singing the song (since it gets played over and over at practice) but he’s sang the Cedar Hill version.
On game day, he thinks he’ll be thinking about Cedar Hill a lot and he knows a lot of guys on the team will be singing their high school fight song too since many of the Texas high schools use their own version of Texas fight.
“A couple of them knew it because we played against them in high school,” Shead said laughing, “but that’s a whole other story that I’m not going to get into.”
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