Saturday’s Texas-Maryland game was painful to watch.
So painful, in fact, that many fans appear to have buried their faces in their phones.
Figures from AT&T show customers at Darrell K. Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium used more than 1.3 terabytes of data – enough to rank among the weekend’s top five games, the Austin American Statesman’s Gary Dinges reports.
In case you’re wondering – and you totally were – that’s the equivalent of 3.9 million selfies, the Dallas-based telecommunications giant says.
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