A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from August 27, 2007
Orange Heads or Orangeheads (UT Longhorns fans)

The University of Texas Longhorns athletic teams have the official team colors of burnt orange. Longhorns supporters have been called “orange heads” (or “orangeheads"), mostly by ESPN radio host Randy Galloway.

Wikipedia: Randy Galloway
Randy Galloway is the host of Galloway and Company, the drive-time program on KESN 103.3 FM, ESPN Radio’s Dallas affiliate. He is also a columnist for the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram.

Previously, Galloway has been a columnist for The Dallas Morning News and a radio host for News/Talk 820 WBAP.

Listeners have become accustomed to Galloway’s trademark wit and sarcasm as well as his deep Texas drawl.

103.3 ESPN Dallas-Fort Worth
Galloway and Company
The Official Dictionary of GAC-Speak
Orange Heads: University of Texas sports fans

Google Groups: alt.sport.football.pro.ne-patriots
Newsgroups: alt.sports.football.pro.ne-patriots
From: “FlyingElvis”
Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 18:43:44 GMT
Local: Tues, Nov 4 2003 2:43 pm
Subject: Re: Pete Carroll rocks

Mostly conjecture on Dallas radio from Texas fans (orange heads) who hate Mac Brown.

Posted: Tue Jun 29, 2004 9:36 am
Good point, Eddie P - any UT fan who blasts their school for this should be commended. I generally think UT fans are the pompous, arrogant bunch described in this thread of posts, because, well, they usually are. But if there are some orangeheads out there who are as offended by their baseball team’s behavior as we are, they should be congratulated for having class that exceeds that of most UT types. 

Texas Monthly (January 2007)
Horn ’Em, Hookers!
The hellish heat. The cold beer. The cheerleaders bouncing around like howler monkeys on PCP. Was I really ready for some football? Texas versus Iowa State versus me.
by Sarah Bird

GOSH, HOW I LOVED FOOTBALL games when I was a grad student at the University of Texas. I was the biggest football nut going. I lived for game day. I and the other supernerdettes residing in a co-op boarding house two blocks from campus counted the minutes until kickoff. Why? Because that’s when all the bellowing Burnt-Orange-heads would get the hell out of our neighborhood. Ah, bliss!

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