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Great if you love tradition and understand it
I would send me kids here
Great coach. Awesome players. I love football.
#Gig'em up in Aggieland with my #aggieman
Within walking distance from my house! The anticipation of the stadium construction is almost unbearable! I can almost see the new big screen from my front yard! #gigem #aggiefootball
BTHO the SEC!
Shuttle bus is better than hiking in for parking.
Arrive early and enjoy all the great Aggie Traditions. Avoid line and leave your bag and food/drinks at home.
Beat the HELL outta the SEC! WHOOP!
It is okay, the stadium is supposed to sway when we do the war hymn.
Home of the Texas A&M Aggies, winners of the 1939 College Football National Championship.
George Bush attended several football games here. Gig 'em, Aggies!
Stay away from the bats!
The field’s founder, Edwin Jackson Kyle, was supposed to use it for agricultural purposes, but wanted it to be used for sports. He poured his own money into building the first seats here!
The original 12th Man was E. King Gill in 1922. Coach Dana X. Bible recruited him from the stands because he feared A&M did not have enough players to finish the game. Talk about every fan’s dream.
Sit in the student section, obviously!
Be prepared for crappy cell service on gamedays. Tell your group to meet at reveille's grave, it always seems to work out. Wear maroon and gig 'em, Aggies!
WHOOP!! Home of the 12th Man and the Fighting Texas Aggies!
"Mug Down" with your date at Midnight Yell! No date when the lights go down? "Flick your Bic," to find other singles in the dark.
Get your 12th Man towel out and be ready to yell!
Want to be the 12th Man at an A&M game? Be prepared to stand for theentire game with the students. It symbolizes their "readiness, desire, and enthusiasm" for the Aggies.
Home of the 12th Man ... Visit the statue of E. King Gill and the graves of Reveille, the first lady of Aggieland.
Except for lots numbered in 30's and 40's, all other lots are ok to park in even though they say "permit required" on weekends. Unless, of course, there's a game going on.