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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!
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