Found November 08, 2013 on In The Neutral Zone:
Will the Aggie defense remember to show up for the game? Photo credit: Texas A&M Athletics It is the final home game for the Texas A&M Aggies, after a relatively disappointing home season so far, what can we expect from the Aggies tomorrow? With rumors of a second Heisman on the line for Johnny Football, one would expect his usual performance. JFF, as he is affectionally known to fans, will throw about 400-something yards this game, a couple of touchdowns, and a couple of rushing yards to add to his already very impressive statistics. This is also rumored to be Johnny Manziel’s and Mike Evans’ last season with the Aggies, as they are expected to declare for the NFL draft. But, rumors will always be rumors until they actually happen. This game is also going to be Manziel and Evan’s last in the Aggie’s home turf if they do declare for the NFL draft. The Aggies and their fans are expected to turn out in large numbers, student tickets have all been fully allocated, and tickets for all other seats in the loudest stadium in the whole of college football have been fully ticket. The Athletic staff have also gone all out to ensure that every fan, new and old, home or visitor, gets the best experience ever. Field chairs have been busted out to ensure a full house for this historic last home game. Aggie fans will expect this to be a win, an easy one if both the offense and defensive teams do what they are supposed to. What will MSU fans expect? A lot of noise, but a whole lot of hospitality. Aggies are known for being friendly, and less hostile to visiting team fans than other teams in the SEC are. There will be no heckling, no booing (because we’re classy and we hiss), but outside of Kyle Field, you would expect the Aggie hospitality that everyone in the SEC is talking about. Also, you will expect to experience what may be the loudest fan base in college football, and the best military band ever. We don’t need no cowbell, but you’re sure welcome to bring yours! 7 total views, 7 views today
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

Report: Kevin Sumlin now USC's top coaching target

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin should just head west after Johnny Manziel goes pro and becomes the next starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Los Angeles Daily News is reporting that Sumlin is the top target for USC. Sumlin, who has won 30 games the past 2 1/2 seasons at Houston and Texas A&M, is also mentioned as a possible candidate at Texas and is one...

Texas A&M's 12th Man Blocks Punt for a Safety; Gives Aggies Early 9-7 Lead

The 12th Man is making its presence known in the last home game of the season for Texas A&M. The actually 12th Man made his presence known late in the first quarter as well when he blocked a punt that went out of bounds for a safety that gave the Aggies a 9-7 lead. From Bleacher Report For most fan bases the 12th Man just refers to the fans, and while that is true...

Has Johnny Manziel played his final home game at Kyle Field?

PHOTO: USA Today Sports It was senior night in College Station on Saturday as the Texas A&M Aggies outlasted the Mississippi State Bulldogs 51-41. Johnny Manziel had an up and down game going 30 of 39 for 446 yards with 5 TDs but he also threw three interceptions.  At the end of the game, it felt like this was the farewell to College Station for Manziel. Manziel is a red...

GIF: Texas A&M has touchdown called back after premature celebration

Texas A&M Aggies running back Trey Williams had a touchdown called back against Mississippi State after flipping into the end zone.

Video: Aggies Were Asked “Who’s The Coolest Player On Texas A&M?” And Nobody Said Johnny Manziel

Throughout the season, Texas A&M has been producing a fantastic ‘Ask The Aggies’ video series designed to show fans the fun side of many players on the football team. Each week, a number of players are asked an interesting question, such as which celebrities they would like to party with or the most interesting food they have ever eaten. Yesterday, the school released another...

Video: Texas A&M Fans Chant “One More Year” At Johnny Manziel

While Texas A&M’s season is nowhere near over, the Aggies actually played their final home game of the year this afternoon against Mississippi State. Considering quarterback Johnny Manziel will be eligible for the NFL draft after this season, many believe that this will be his last year playing in college. If you’re doing the math, that means that today’s game might have...

Mississippi State's Dak Prescott With the Jump Pass for a Touchdown

Most of the attention will go to Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel during the game with Mississippi State, but that is because Manziel is something else; not because Bulldog's QB Dak Prescott is not a beast in his own right. Like here when he runs the jump pass to perfection to score a touchdown and move with two of the Aggies. From Bleacher Report As sweet as...

Manziel's Kyle Field career has been filled with big games

Saturday's Texas A&M game against Mississippi State will mark the end of an era for Kyle Field, as the stadium is set to undergo a major renovation immediately after the Aggies' final home game of the season. It could also mark the end of the Johnny Manziel era at Texas A&M as the reigning Heisman Trophy winner could opt to forgo his final two years of college for...

Why Do We Hate Johnny Manziel?

Is there a more polarizing sports figure than Johnny Manziel?  I don’t think so, either you love him or you hate him.  There is no middle ground.  Johnny Football as he has been nicknamed exploded on to the national scene last year leading Texas A&M to a 10-2 record, including a 29-24 win over National Champions Alabama.  Manziel amassed a SEC record 4,600 total yards in...

Video: Johnny Manziel isn’t even close to being the coolest guy on Texas A&M

During another episode of "Ask the Aggies," Texas A&M players answered who they thought was the coolest guy on the team. Surprisingly, Johnny Manziel wasn't.

Manziel leads No. 11 A&M over Mississippi St 51-41

Johnny Manziel threw for 446 yards and tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead No. 11 Texas A&M to a 51-41 win Saturday over Mississippi State in what could be the Heisman Trophy winner's last home game. The crowd chanted ''one more year'' late in the game for Manziel, who is eligible for the draft after this season. Whether he comes back remains...

Manziel leads Aggies to another win

Whether or not Saturday was Johnny Manziel's last home game, the Heisman Trophy winner certainly made sure to soak in every last moment. Manziel threw for 446 yards and tied a career-high with five touchdown passes to lead No. 11 Texas A&M to a 51-41 win over Mississippi State. The crowd chanted ''one more year'' late in the game for Manziel, who is eligible...

The Fallout: Johnny Manziel, Brady Hoke, Will Muschamp, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 11 edition.  It's the Same Old Song.  Alabama defeats LSU 38-17, ensuring the Crimson Tide will remain atop the BCS standings. (AP/Yahoo! Sports) Five for Fighting. Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel scores five touchdowns as he leads the Aggies over Mississippi State 51-41 at Kyle Field. (AP/Yahoo! Sports) Blow, blow...

Game Day Goulash: Nick Saban, Johnny Manzielm, Northwestern, and more.

Game Day Goulash - Week 11 edition.  Cardinals crush Huskies. Louisville powers ahead of UConn 31-10. (AP/Yahoo! Sports) Don't Believe the Hype. ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit declares talk of Alabama head coach Nick Saban leaving Tuscaloosa for Texas as "nonsense." (AL.com) Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day. Another reminder that today's Mississippi...

'That Just Happened' in this week of college football

Here are the weird, wild and mostly just memorable moments from Week 11 in college football. Stay, Johnny Stay: Johnny Manziel went out in style at Kyle Field this season with five touchdown passes and 446 yards on 30-of-39 passing, but the fans in College Station knew it was more than just senior day. He played out the final minutes underneath chants of "One more year"...
Aggies News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.