Texas A&M Aggies Football Tickets
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Texas A&M Aggies Football Ticket Information
The Texas A&M Aggies football team first took the field in 1894. Texas A&M has been affiliated with several conferences during their rich history. These include the Southwest Conference from 1915-1995, the Big XII Conference from 1996 until 2011 and presently compete in the western division of the Southeastern Conference. Texas A&M football has won 18 conference titles and 3 National Championship titles in 1919, 1927 and in 1939. Two Aggies have won the prestigious Heisman; halfback John David Crow in 1957 and quarterback Johnny Manziel in 2012. Texas A&M football has had many successful coaches throughout their history. A few to mention are Paul “Bear” Bryant, who coached from 1954 to 1957 before leaving for Alabama, along with both Homer H. Norton (1934-1947) and R. C. Slocum (1989-2002) who remained as the head football coaches for 14 years each. Today, the program is run by Kevin Sumlin who has two years under his belt with the Aggies. Coach Sumlin has the Aggies on track to continue their ascent to the top of the Southeastern Conference. Traditions in College Station is not only cherished but it is embraced; from the 12th Man to Midnight Yell Practice and the Bon Fire, Texas A&M is a special place.
Texas A&M Aggies 2016 Football Preview
The 2015 season looked very similar to 2014 for the Texas A&M Aggies. They again finished with a 8-5 record and went on to the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl losing 27-21 to the Louisville Cardinals. This marked the fifth straight bowl game appearance for the Aggies. The Aggies started the season on an impressive five game winning streak, but the bubble quickly burst when they suffered two defeats in a row. First, the Alabama Crimson Tide dominated the Aggies by a score of 41-23, followed up by another humiliating loss of 23-3 to the Ole Miss Rebels. A start eerily similar to that of the 2014 season. They managed to pull off three more wins against the South Carolina Gamecocks, Western Carolina Catamounts, and Vanderbilt Commodores, but lost to Auburn and LSU to close the regular season with a 4-4 record in the SEC, not allowing them to rank in the AP. Texas A&M took another blow when both 2015 starting quarterbacks announced their departures at the end of the season, leaving them with only sophomore Jake Hubenak for the position. On National Signing Day, the Aggies ranked 8th in the SEC by 247sports.com, securing 22 commits with 8 ESPN 300. Hopefully, the Aggies can manage a productive offensive to remain competitive in 2016.
Texas A&M Aggies will hold their spring game on April 9th. They haven't been able to host the spring game since 2013 due to the renovations at Kyle Field the past couple of years. Looking ahead to the fall, they will face a tough schedule. The Aggies will start their football season on September 3rd in College Station, TX at Kyle Field against the UCLA Bruins, followed by the Prairie View A&M Panthers the following Saturday. After that, Texas A&M will play three road games, facing SEC West opponents the Auburn Tigers and Arkansas Razorbacks and SEC East opponent the South Carolina Gamecocks. Texas A&M will also host the Tennessee Volunteers, New Mexico State Aggies, Ole Miss Rebels, UTSA Roadrunners, and LSU Tigers at Kyle Field in College Station, TX. The remainder of the season, they will travel to meet defending National Champion Alabama Crimson Tide and Mississippi State Bulldogs.
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Texas A&M Aggies Football—Kyle Field
Address: 161 Wellborn Road College Station, Texas 77843
Field: Natural Grass
Kyle Field has been around since 1927 and has gone through several renovations including a multi-year project recently. The stadium seated 32,000 in the beginning and now holds close to 103,000 fans. The stadium recently went through two phases of reconstruction over a two-year span. The first phase was completed in the fall of 2014 which involved constructing a south endzone, and demolishing and reconstructing the first deck of the east side. After the end of 2014 season, the west side was reconstructed and finalized for the beginning of the 2015 football season.
Texas A&M Rivals
Following the Texas A&M departure from the Big XII to the Southeastern Conference, games between the Texas A&M Aggies verse Texas Longhorns appear to have little chance of being rekindled despite the strong dislike for one another. Fortunately, Texas A&M Aggies has been able to revive some old rivals in the Southeastern Conference and build new ones. Clearly, the Aggies are a great fit in the Southeastern Conference’s Western Division.
The Texas A&M Aggies and the LSU Tigers have met off and on since 1899. There are the 7th oldest football rivals in the nation. The first three years (1899, 1907 and 1908), the Aggies outscored LSU 85-17. Over the years, it has been a back and forth battle in which Texas A&M’s longest winning streak against LSU is five games dating from 1991-1995. Unfortunately, LSU has managed to beat the Aggies the past five seasons, including a win in the 2011 Cotton Bowl and beating the Aggies in College Station (2012 and 2014) and Baton Rouge (2013 and 2015). Their overall record has LSU leading the 54-game series 31-20-3.
Texas A&M and Arkansas’ first game was played in 1903 when the Aggies beat the Razorbacks 6-0. The series has been back and forth with Arkansas leading with a 41-28-3 record. The match-up was discontinued after 1991’s season when Arkansas left the Southwestern Conference for the Southeastern Conference. In 2009, they began a “Southwest Classic” battle, annually playing in Dallas’ Cowboys Stadium. Now, that the Texas A&M Aggies switched to the SEC western division in July 2012, they have won both conference games in College Station and in Fayetteville. Following two years on playing on campus, these two rivals will return to battle in AT&T Stadium (formally Cowboys Stadium) in Arlington,TX.
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