It's the last time for probably a long time--the Aggies and Longhorns share a 117 year football history--a history started in 1894 and for all intent and purposes ends on Thanksgiving day, 2011.

Aggie fan Robert Cook is sad to see it end.

"My father and my sister both went to UT and we have this big rivalry on Thanksgiving game day," Robert said. "It's me vs. them and I'm kind of sad it may be the last game."

At the Brick House Tavern and Tap in Plano--Longhorn fans gathered to see the teams play for possibly the last time. UT leads the series 75-35 with 5 ties. Some UT fans believe that if A&M wants to leave the conference--don't let the door hit you on the way out.

UT Graduate David Rodriguez loved the rivalry but has bigger fish to fry.

"You know that doesn't really bother me," David said. "All I want to do is win so we can get a higher ranking."

After the Thanksgiving game fans can draw on 118 years worth of memories--from Bevo and the bonfire to more than a century of good times and competition there are plenty of memories to be thankful for.

Aggie fan Sharon Chastain will always remember the Texas sized rivalry.

"It's very emotional for me," Sharon said. "I've been watching it since I was little and I went to A&M. You know my blood runs maroon."

Rivalry or not.