All Texas A&M Aggies events

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Hawaii Rainbow Wahine

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. San Diego Toreros

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Pittsburgh Panthers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Sam Houston State Bearkats

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Kyle Field - College Station, TX

TCU Lady Horned Frogs Volleyball vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena - Fort Worth, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Appalachian State Mountaineers

Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Texas A&m Aggies Vs. Miami Hurricanes

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Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Southwest Classic: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies

AT&T Stadium - Arlington, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Tennessee Lady Vols

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Tennessee Volunteers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Mississippi State Bulldogs vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Davis Wade Stadium At Scott Field - Mississippi State, MS

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Mississippi Rebels

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Bryant-Denny Stadium - Tuscaloosa, AL

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Arkansas Lady Razorbacks Women's Volleyball vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Barnhill Arena - Fayetteville, AR

South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Williams-Brice Stadium - Columbia, SC

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Kentucky Wildcats

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Kentucky Wildcats

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

South Carolina Gamecocks Women's Volleyball vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Carolina Volleyball Center - Columbia, SC

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Mississippi Rebels

Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Exhibition: Texas A&M Aggies vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Florida Gators

Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Abilene Christian Wildcats

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Auburn Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Jordan-Hare Stadium - Auburn, AL

Texas A&M Aggies Women's Volleyball vs. LSU Tigers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Duke Blue Devils Women's Basketball vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Cameron Indoor Stadium - Durham, NC

Texas A&M Aggies vs. UMass Minutemen

Kyle Field - College Station, TX

DePaul Blue Demons vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Wintrust Arena - Chicago, IL

Texas A&M Aggies vs. LSU Tigers

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Kyle Field - College Station, TX

Kansas Jayhawks Women's Basketball vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Allen Fieldhouse - Lawrence, KS

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Southern Methodist (SMU) Mustangs

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Oregon State Beavers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Memphis Tigers vs. Texas A&M Aggies

FedExForum - Memphis, TN

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Wofford Terriers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Northwestern State Demons

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Prairie View A&M Panthers

Reed Arena - College Station, TX

Texas A&M Aggies Info

Where do the Texas A&M Aggies play their home games?

The Texas A&M Aggies play their home games at Kyle Field. Kyle Field was named for Edwin Jackson Kyle, who served as Texas A&M’s dean of agriculture and as the athletic council president. While Kyle Field hosted its first games in 1905, it did not become a permanent stadium until 1927, when Texas A&M built a new concrete stadium with a capacity of 32,890. Various renovations over the years expanded the capacity further. In 1999, The Bernard C. Richardson Zone was added to Kyle Field which raised the capacity to 82,600. In 2013, the Texas A&M Board of Regents approved $485 million to renovate Kyle Field. The renovation raised Kyle Field’s capacity to 102,733, making it one of the largest college football stadiums in the country. The architecture firm, Populous, designed the extensive improvements. The north end zone building received an exterior facelift and a new seating bowl that connected it to the rest of the stadium. The concourses on the east side were all redone. The South side was filled in to make Kyle Field a truly symmetrical stadium. And the west side was completely redone. It features the Texas A&M Hall of Fame and leads to the new premium areas including the 12 Founders’ Suites, field boxes, an alumni section and more. A huge, new video board was also installed. Measuring 47 feet by 163 feet, it was the largest video in college football. Aggie football fans call themselves the 12th man. This tradition began in 1922 at the Dixie Classic when A&M was playing Centre College, the defending national champions. Texas A&M suffered so many injuries in the first half that coach Dana X. Bible was uncertain if he would have enough players to continue the game. So he looked to the stands and called for E. King Gill, a student who had left the team after the regular season to play basketball. King came down and suited up, though he did not have to play. Still his readiness to, support the team on the field became a symbol of the dedication of Aggie fans.

What is the gameday experience like for a Texas A&M Aggies game?

Aggie football fans call themselves the 12th man. This tradition began in 1922 at the Dixie Classic when A&M was playing Centre College, the defending national champions. Texas A&M suffered so many injuries in the first half that coach Dana X. Bible was uncertain if he would have enough players to continue the game. So he looked to the stands and called for E. King Gill, a student who had left the team after the regular season to play basketball. King came down and suited up, though he did not have to play. Still his readiness to support the team on the field became a symbol of the dedication of Aggie fans. As part of the renovations to Kyle Field, Texas A&M made many improvements to the overall gameday experience. In addition to introducing alcohol sales, the school upgraded Wi-Fi, added more kid-friendly areas and increased the interactivity between Yell Leaders and students. The Yell Leaders and the Aggie Band are key parts of the Texas A&M Aggie football gameday experience. The Yell Leaders are comprised of five students that are elected by the student body. They leader Aggie fans in “yells” during the game and use a variety of hand signals to rally the crowd.

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Texas A&M Aggies promotion and event nights

On Saturday, September 4th, the Texas A&M Aggies will hold their 12th Man Centennial Home Opener vs. Kent State. Fans are encouraged to wear a red, white or blue shirt to participate in the recreation of the Red, White & Blue out game after 9/11/01. Postgame Fireworks will be held immediately following the game. SimpleSeats offers the best the best prices on no-fee Texas A&M Aggie tickets so you can go to Aggie games with promotions without breaking the bank.

Texas A&M Aggies all time greats

In their history, Texas A&M has had 53 players named first team All-Americans. They have also had two Heisman Trophy winners: John David Crow in 1957 and Johnny Manziel in 2012. Twelve former Texas A&M players have also been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Yale Lary, who played for Texas A&M from 1948-1951 was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1951. Lary played safety, punter and return specialist. He was a first-team all-NFL player five times and appeared in nine Pro Bowl games. Ray Childress was one of the most dominant defensive players in Texas A&M history. He was a two-time First-team All-American. He ranks fifth all-time in A&M history in both career tackles and career sacks. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Selected third in the 1985 NFL Draft, he became a five-time Pro Bowler for the Houston Oilers during a 12-year NFL career. Richmond Webb was a standout offensive lineman for the Aggies and was the ninth overall pick in the 1990 NFL Draft. He played eleven seasons with the Miami Dolphins and went to seven consecutive Pro Bowls from 1990-1996. Twice an All-Pro, he was named to the NFL 1990s All-Decade team. Dat Nguyen is the all-time tackles leader at Texas A&M, notching a total of 517 tackles. He won both the Lombardi and Bednarik awards after his senior season in 1998. He led the Aggies in tackles four years in a row and was a first-team All-American in 1998. He went on to play for seven seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. Von Miller is a recent top player. He won the Butkus Award, which is given to the most outstanding collegiate linebacker. Drafted second overall by the Denver Broncos in the 2011 NFL Draft, Miller has been an eight-time Pro Bowler and has been named first-team All-Pro three times. He was named Super Bowl MVP after Super Bowl 50.

Texas A&M Aggies current star players

Entering the 2021 season, the Texas A&M Aggies had two players listed on ESPN’s top-50. DeMarvin Leal is a defensive lineman primed for a breakthrough year. And arguably the best player on the current squad is Kenyon Green, who will be shifting over to the tackle spot in 2021. He was an All-American last season and is on pre-season All-American lists for 2021.

Texas A&M Aggies History

Texas A&M Aggie football competes in the Western Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Aggies began play in 1894. They have a claim on three national titles and have recorded 18 conference titles. They play their home games at Kyle Field, which has been the home of Texas A&M Aggie football since 1905. With a seating capacity of 102,733, Kyle Field is the largest stadium in the SEC and the fourth-largest stadium in the United States. Head Coach Jimbo Fisher enters his fourth season with Texas A&M football. In 2020, Fisher led the Texas A&M Aggies to a 9-1 record. The team finished with the No. 4 ranking in the AP Poll. This was Texas A&M’s highest final ranking since the 1939 season, in which the school finished No. 1 in the polls and won the school’s third national championship. Texas A&M has been selected as national champions three times. In 1919, they finished with a 10-0 record, shutting out all opponents. The 1927 squad finished the season 8-0-1, with a tie against TCU providing the only blemish to the season. Both the 1919 and 1927 Texas A&M national championship teams were coached by Dana X. Bible. In 1939, the Aggies were led by coach Homer Norton and posted an 11-0 record, capped by a 14-13 victory in the Sugar Bowl over Tulane. In addition to its three national championships, Texas A&M has recorded 18 conference championships. The Aggies won the old Southwest Conference 17 times and won the Big 12 Championship in 1998. The Texas A&M Aggies have had several notable coaches in program history. Dana X. Bible and Homer Norton were two of the most successful coaches at Texas A&M before 1950. In his ten seasons as Texas A&M’s head coach, Dana X. Bible won five Southwest Conference titles (1917,1919,1921,1925, and 1927). These are the most conference titles by any head coach in Aggie history. He led the school to two national championships (1919 and 1927). His 1919 team went undefeated and outscored their opponents 275-0. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951. Homer Norton coached Texas A&M from 1934-1947, and his 82 victories rank second in school history. Norton led Texas A&M to its most recent national championship when his team finished 11-0 in 1939, including a 14-13 victory over Tulane in the Sugar Bowl. Norton also led the Aggies to three Southwest Conference Championships (1939, 1940, 1941) and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1971. Norton was followed by Bear Bryant, regarded by some as the greatest college football coach of all-time. Bryant led the team for four seasons. He compiled a record of 25-14, including a 10-0-1 season in 1956, which culminated in a Cotton Bowl win. After the 1957, Bryant left Texas A&M to become the head coach at Alabama. R.C. Slocum is the winningest head coach in program history. Slocum coached the Aggies from 1989-2002, racking up 123 wins over 14 seasons. His .721 winning percentage is second only to Dana X. Bible among Aggie coaches who have coached at least 50 games. In 1992, Slocum led the Aggies to a 12-0 regular season record, including a 34-13 win over the rival University of Texas Longhorns in Austin. Slocum led the team to five 10-win or better season, including four straight from 1991-1994, and he was named Southwest Conference Coach of the year three times (199,1992, and 1993). The Aggies also experienced a successful run under Jackie Sherrill, who preceded R.C. Slocum has head coach. The Aggies compiled a 52-28-1 record in Sherrill’s seven season as head coach and won the Southwest Conference in three consecutive seasons (1985,1986, and 1987). Under Sherrill, the Aggies won the Cotton Bowl in 1985 and 1987. In their history, Texas A&M has had 53 players named first team All-Americans. They have also had two Heisman Trophy winners: John David Crow in 1957 and Johnny Manziel in 2012.