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TEXAS A&M AGGIES FOOTBALL OVERVIEW

Texas A&M has one of the loudest and passionate football stadiums in the country that helps fuel their talented team to win every game day. The Texas A&M Aggies are a talented SEC team that has featured talented teams since its early beginnings. The unique fan base known as “The 12th Man” makes Texas A&M a tough place to play at when teams travel to Kyle Field in College Station, TX.



The Texas A&M Aggies football program has history dating back to 1894 and saw 5 different head coaches from 1894-1918; those coaches were FD Perkins, WA Murray, JE Platt, Charley Moran, and Edwin Harlan. In 1919, the Aggies program would be taken over by Dana X. Bible who would coach from 1919-1928. Under Bible, the Aggies won 2 National Championships (1919 and 1927) and had a 72-19 record, often times dominating the opposing teams. Bible left in 1928 to coach at the University of Nebraska. Matty Bell was the next head coach for the Aggies which he was there from 1929-1933 before he left for SMU after he and the school agreed to part ways after he didn’t live up to the standards Bible had previously put up. Homer Norton was the next head coaching hire for the Aggies in 1934 where Texas A&M found much success. Norton coached from 1934-1947 and won the National Championship in 1939. Norton went 82-53 in his career and was fired in 1947 after going 3-6. From 1948-1953, the Aggies had 2 different head coaches, Harry Stiteler and Raymond George who both had losing records at the end of their careers with Texas A&M. The Aggies then hired legendary head coach Bear Bryant in 1954, but he only coached until 1957 before leaving for the University of Alabama. Bryant left A&M with a 25-14 record. After the departure of Bear Bryant, Texas A&M saw two different head coaches from 1958-1964, Jim Myers and Hank Foldberg. Myers and Foldberg both had losing seasons as head coaches for the Aggies and an assistant of Bear Bryant, Gene Stallings, became the next head coach in 1965. Stallings would coach the Aggies for 7 years and end up getting fired with an overall record of 27-45. After Stallings was fired, he later went on to coach at the University of Alabama where he had a lot of success. Following the Stallings era, Emory Bellard took over as head coach from 1972-1978 before he resigned. Bellard had a decent amount of success with the Aggies going 48-27 and having 3 top 15 finishes. From 1978-1988, the Aggies would be led by two different head coaches, Tom Wilson and Jackie Sherrill who both would have decent seasons but couldn’t remain the position because of a number of different factors.

In 1989, the RC Solcum era began for the Aggies. At the end of his career, Solcum would be the most winningest coach in Texas A&M’s history. Solcum coached from 1989-2002 but was asked to resign as head coach in 2002 because of two consecutive non winning season. Over 50 A&M players were drafted in Solcum’s career as head coach and he ended his career with 123 wins, 1 conference title, and 1 bowl game win. From 2003-2011, the Aggies saw two different head coaches, Dennis Franchione and Mike Sherman. Both coached 4 years but had different reasons for not remaining the head coach of Texas A&M. Franchione was surrounded by a lot of controversy and resigned in 2007 before a bowl game. Sherman was hired but only went a modest 25-25 over his four years and was fired as head coach. In 2012, Texas A&M hired current coach Kevin Sumlin. Coach Sumlin is the first African American head coach for the Aggies. Sumlin found a lot of success in his early years as head coach for Texas A&M and in 2013 he was offered a six year contract extension. Sumlin currently has a 71-33 record and has gone to a bowl game each season as head coach, winning 3. Sumlin seems to be building a solid program that could potentially make things interesting in the SEC.

With the long history of the Texas A&M program, many great players have come through the program and played for the Aggies. Texas A&M has two Heisman Trophy winners who are John David Crow (1957) and Johnny Manziel (2012). Other great players that came through the program have been: Von Miller, Sam Adams, Lester Hayes, Mike Evans, Shane Lechler, Jake Matthews, Martellus Bennett, Dante Hall, and countless others who have gone on to be successful players.

The past few seasons, the Aggies have finished in the middle of the pack in the SEC. Even though the SEC is the toughest conference in college football, Texas A&M still finds this unacceptable and expects to make some noise in the SEC in 2016. New QB Trevor Knight and Sumlin look to put up big numbers in the new campaign and get into the national spotlight once again.

TEXAS A&M AGGIES FOOTBALL TICKET INFORMATION

The Texas A&M Aggies who play at Kyle Field features one of the best college football atmospheres out there. The Aggies have a large following from their dedicated fans, also known as “The 12th Man” who go absolutely insane on gameday. Tickets to watch the Aggies play can be very expensive and hard to come by. Make sure to check out Rukkus for the cheapest Texas A&M Aggies Football ticket prices.

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Cheap Texas A&M Aggies Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Mississippi State Bulldogs at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 01/13/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$2.00 Georgia Bulldogs at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 02/11/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$2.00 Mercer Bears at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 12/30/2014
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$2.00 Hartford Hawks at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 01/03/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$3.00 Texas A&M Aggies at South Carolina Gamecocks Basketball — 02/21/2015
Colonial Life Arena; Columbia, SC
$3.00 Florida Gulf Coast Eagles at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 12/02/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$3.00 South Carolina Upstate Spartans at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 11/13/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$3.00 Texas A&M Aggies at Florida Gators Basketball — 03/03/2015
Stephen OConnell Center; Gainesville, FL
$4.00 Vanderbilt Commodores at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 01/31/2015
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$4.00 Florida Gators at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 01/12/2016
Reed Arena; College Station, TX

Best and Most Expensive Texas A&M Aggies Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$656.00Texas A&M Aggies Football Season Strip — 09/01/2016
Kyle Field; College Station, TX
$228.00Kentucky Wildcats at Texas A&M Aggies Basketball — 02/20/2016
Reed Arena; College Station, TX
$170.00Southwest Classic: Arkansas Razorbacks at Texas A&M Aggies Football — 09/26/2015
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$145.00LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Baseball — 03/25/2016
Olsen Field; College Station, TX
$137.00Texas A&M Aggies at Auburn Tigers Football — 11/08/2014
Jordan Hare Stadium; Auburn, AL
$136.00Tennessee Volunteers at Texas A&M Aggies Football — 10/08/2016
Kyle Field; College Station, TX
$133.00Ole Miss Rebels at Texas A&M Aggies Football — 10/11/2014
Kyle Field; College Station, TX
$118.00LSU Tigers at Texas A&M Aggies Baseball — 03/26/2016
Olsen Field; College Station, TX
$114.00Texas A&M Aggies at LSU Tigers Baseball — 04/25/2015
Alex Box Stadium; Baton Rouge, LA
$107.00Texas A&M Aggies at Arkansas Razorbacks Football — 09/24/2016
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
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