Texas A&M Aggies Football Schedule in 2014
The Texas A&M Aggies are ready to take to the field in 2014
and battle it out with the best teams in the SEC and beyond. Football is king in Texas and perhaps in no part of Texas does
this hold more true than in College Station, home of the Texas A&M Aggies football team. The 2013 season had its ups and
downs but was always thrilling with the sensational Johnny Manziel under center. The Aggies finished with a 4-4 SEC record
and a 9-4 overall record. They suffered some close defeats at the hands of ranked opponents but made it to the Chick-fil-a
Bowl where they faced Duke, the second place team from the ACC. After falling behind by 21 points in the first half the Aggies
managed a thrilling come from behind win that marked their first and only win against a ranked opponent in 2013. The Aggies
are looking to win some more games in 2014, and they had a solid set of spring practices to get the ball rolling recently.
The team did not hold their spring game in 2014, and plan to do the same in 2015, so fans will have to wait until the season
to get a better glimpse of this year's squad. There are plenty of great home games to attend, and fans will hit the stands
at Kyle Field ready to cheer on the Aggies.
The home opener of the 2014 season will take place on September 6th at Kyle
Field when the Lamar Cardinals come to town. The home opener is always full of excitement and fans who have been starving
for a live college football game for months. There are plenty of other big games during the SEC season to choose from as well.
On November 15th the Missouri Tigers come to town in a game that could well decide who plays for the SEC Championship.
the 27th the always tough LSU Tigers take on the Aggies at Kyle Field to close out the home schedule. The Tigers have one
of the best football programs in the nation and always bring with them some of the elite athletes in the country. If the Aggies
can take down the Tigers it will be a huge victory that could do wonders for the Aggies as they head towards a bowl game.
Be sure to get out and support Texas A&M during the 2014 season and check out all of the games scheduled for Kyle Field.
Texas A&M Football History
The Texas A&M Aggies are a Division I college football program that participates
in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The SEC is one of the best conferences in the college football ranks, often sending
a team to the National Title Game. The Aggies first took to the field back in 1894, and have built the football program into
an absolute powerhouse in the years since. The Aggies have had some incredible players hit the field for them over the years,
and the fans have a lot of fond memories of great seasons throughout the course of this program. The Aggies have won far more
games than they have lost historically, boasting a winning percentage above.600. The team plays their home games at Kyle Field
in College Station, TX, and have done so since 1927. This venue has undergone many renovations since it was first opened,
and now has the capability to seat more than 82,000 fans for the biggest games played there. The Aggies have had a lot of
success in that stadium, and they've claimed two of their three national titles since Kyle Field opened. This team has won
more than 15 conference crowns and been to more than 30 bowl games. This is truly one of the most prestigious football programs
in the nation, and it only adds to its rich history with every passing season.
nothing better for a sports fan than being there in person to witness the action form their very own seat in the stadium,
and anyone that has been to a Texas A&M Football home game can vouch for that. This program is one of the best in the
nation, which means they get some of the top recruits to come to college station each and every season. With a number of returning
starters and some hot new additions to the roster the Aggies are ready to put on quite the show for any fans lucky enough
to get tickets to a game this season. If you've never been there when the Aggies have lined up against a top SEC opponent,
then that is something you are going to want to change this season. Make sure to experience all that Texas A&M football
has to offer this season by getting into the action.
Texas A&M Aggies Football Fans
Conference in Division I football is considered by many college football experts and fans to be the premier conference in
the nation. The SEC features programs like the Texas A&M Aggies, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats,
Missouri Tigers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks,
Auburn Tigers, Louisiana State Tigers, Ole Miss Rebels and Mississippi State Bulldogs. Last season the Auburn Tigers finished
with a 13-1 record (7-1 in SEC play) and went on to play in the BCS National Championship Game where they fell to the Florida
State Seminoles in a thriller. The Texas A&M Aggies have three main rivals in he SEC: the Missouri Tigers, the Arkansas
Razorbacks, and the LSU Tigers. This season the Aggies get to take on both the LSU Tigers and the Missouri Tigers at home
and these are games no Aggies fan will want to be stuck at home watching so be sure to get your tickets early.
A&M Aggies Football Trivia
How many former Aggies players have gone on to be inducted into the College Football
Hall of Fame?
The answer is 10: Ray Childress, John David Crow, Dave Elmendorf, Joel Hunt, John Kimbrough, Charlie Krueger,
Jack Pardee, Joel Routt, Gene Stallings, and Joe Utay. Additionally, one Aggie has been named to the Pro Football Hall of
Fame, Yale Larry.