College Stadium Review: Reed Arena

The Texas A&M Aggies have been to the NCAA Tournament 12 times in their school history. They have advanced to the Sweet Sixteen three times (1969, 1980 and 2007). The Aggies have been to NIT seven times, twice advancing to the quarterfinals. They have been to the CBI once, advancing to the quarterfinals in 2014.

The Aggies play their home games at the Reed Arena, which opened in 1998. Reed Arena seats nearly 13,000 Aggies fans.

The Aggies play their home games at the Reed Arena, which opened in 1998. Reed Arena seats nearly 13,000 Aggies fans.

 

Some of the great players to play for the Aggies includes Acie Law, DeAndre Jordan, Khris Middleton, Elston Turner, and many more. Is the next great NBA player on the Aggies roster this season? There is a good chance.

The Aggies play their home games at the Reed Arena, which opened in 1998. Reed Arena seats nearly 13,000 Aggies fans for basketball games and they will make a lot of noise. There are no bad seats at Reed Arena and you will enjoy all your favorite concessions such as nachos, hot dogs, popcorn, sausages, brats, pretzels, peanuts and more while you watch the great basketball action. If you find a fan base more into the game, join them.
The Aggies play in the SEC which is the best athletic conference in the country. This means games against Kentucky, Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, and Mississippi State. Many of these teams will be coming in to Reed Arena this season.
You do not want to miss any of the great college basketball action at Reed Arena this season. With games like these on the schedule, you are going to see some of college basketball’s best teams. Order your tickets today!
Courtesy of Sportspowerweekends.com

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