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Fans of North Carolina State University Wolfpack athletics use a similar gesture with the middle and ring fingers moving up and down over the thumb to mimic the wolf's jaw.
The next day, at the Texas Longhorn vs. Sports Illustrated featured the Hook 'em Horns symbol in front of a Texas pennant on the cover of their 10 September issue.
The advertisements are typically run during NCAA sporting events. Edge also makes use of the symbol during his entrances for wrestling as the Devil Hornsand used it to openly mock Jim Ross who was an Oklahoma Sooners Football fan during a June episode of Raw. Sign of the horns In other parts of the world, specifically Italy, the identical corna gesture is often used to imply cuckoldry.
The advertisement is one of nine ads that make up the "What Starts Here Changes the World" campaign, all of which are narrated by university alumnus Walter Cronkite.
Neither did the University of Iowa. Pitts, who had been casting shadows on the wall at the Texas Union.
Within a few years, the symbol was widely known to football fans across the state and country. Minnesota didn't trademark the phrase or the hand signal. By the thousands, students extended an arm to create the now famous salute. The first known usage of the "Hook 'em" phrase can be attributed to the Telegraph dating voucher of Minnesota through the s.
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Professional wrestler Stan Hansen used the Hook 'em Horns as his signature taunt. There was also a Texas basketball team during this era known as the "Hook 'Em Cows" which may have contributed to the use of the phrase and gesture at the University of Texas.
Fans of University of California, Irvine Anteaters use a similar sign with the middle and ring fingers out to resemble the head of the mighty anteater. The narration for "Rallying Cry" is: Arizona State University Sun Devil fans make a pitchfork sign by extending the index and middle fingers, as well as the pinky.
Fans of the University of South Florida Bulls use the same hand gesture to represent bullhorns.
Is there a rallying cry for the thinkers and doers of tomorrow? Suburban Daredevil frequently used a variant of the Hook 'em Horns as his victory sign. Fans of University of Utah athletics, particularly football and gymnastics, use a gesture where the index and pinky finger are straight and parallel to each other, forming a block "U.
A motto that sums up their passion for creativity and their pursuit of discovery? The gesture is also sometimes associated with the occult and satanism. The thumb holds down the ring finger to complete the gesture.
Fans of University of Nevada, Reno Wolf Pack athletics use a similar sign with the middle and ring fingers out to resemble the wolf's snout. According to Neal Spelce, who attended the rally when he was a student at the university, "a lot of people didn't get it right at first,"  but it caught on rapidly from there.
Bush displays the Hook 'em Horns.