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10/23/15 - SEC West competition is stiff as usual, evidenced by Texas A&M Aggies Football dropping six spots in the national polls following their first loss of the 2015 season. It was an old foe that did them in, as the Alabama Crimson Tide rolled into Kyle Field and picked up a 41-23 decision to improve to a 6-1 mark. The Aggies dropped to 5-1 with the L, including 2-1 within their own conference. QB Kyle Allen picked up 263 passing yards, notching a lone TD to go with a brutal three INTs. Can Texas A&M bounce back against the Rebels in Mississippi? Get your tickets now starting at $38 and catch the action firsthand!
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10/16/15 - If there is one college football team that is on a great roll this season, it would be the Texas A&M Aggies football program. The Aggies are currently one of the very few undefeated teams left in the nation and have faced some pretty difficult competition. One of those challenging teams was last week when they took on the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Luckily, the Aggies were able to command the field early on in the game, ending the first half with a 24-10 lead. Even though the Bulldogs pushed for the win, the Aggies were able to add another victory to their record. On October 17 they have an even bigger threat against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Get your tickets today to see them play live.

10/9/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies Football team is off to one of their best starts to the season with a 5 – 0 record. Not even the mighty Mississippi State Bulldogs could stop them at home last week, as the Aggies pulled out a 30 – 17 victory. This comes after the high of beating the Arkansas Razorbacks two Saturdays ago on the road, by just one touchdown. This week could be their biggest matchup to date, however, when they face the red hot Alabama Crimson Tide at home. Will they be able to maintain their perfect winning streak? Come find out at Kyle Field this Saturday! Tickets start at as little as $62.

10/2/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies Football program is on fire to start their 2015 season. Currently sitting as one of the few undefeated teams left in the nation, the Aggies have been ranked as number fourteen. On September 26 the Aggies participated in a home game against the Arkansas Razorbacks. The game was tight, but the Aggies were able to take it into overtime by completing a two-point conversion in the final minutes of the fourth quarter. Overtime was nothing but pure skill from the Aggies as they scored the final winning touchdown to end the game. Watch them tackle one of their hardest games of the season on October 3 against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Tickets are still available.

9/25/15 - For the Texas A&M Aggies Football program, three straight double-digit wins is a pretty decent way to open the season. Kyle Allen looked sharp again versus Nevada last weekend, as the No. 17 Aggies ran off to a 44-27 win behind 270 yards passing and four touchdowns supplied by their field general. Allen got plenty of help from Tra Carson, who rushed for 137 yards of his own, bulldozing the Wolf Pack defense on 22 separate occasions. Texas A&M will look to make it 4-0 on the year when they host Arkansas this weekend. The Razorbacks are underperforming so far, but they’re always a dangerous opponent when playing well. Act now and get tickets for the game from $85 and up!

9/17/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies football program is on a roll to start their 2015 season. Thus far, the Aggies have been able to win both games they have encountered, including last week when they took on the Ball State Cardinals. The game started out in the Aggies favor, as their offense added 28 points to the scoreboard. The same was true for the second quarter. To end the half, the Aggies hit the locker room with a 49-3 lead. The Cardinals were able to come back and score 20 points in the second half, but it was a little too late for a comeback. See the Aggies hit the field this weekend when they face off against the Nevada Wolf Pack. Tickets are still up for grabs.

9/11/15 - Last week was huge for college football as the much anticipated 2015 season began. The Texas A&M Aggies football team was as ready as any team to get on the field and play an actual game. They took on the Arizona State Sun Devils on September 5 for their home game opener. The Aggies played steady and strong during the entire game and were never blowing the Sun Devils out of the water until the fourth quarter. That last quarter brought the Aggies an additional 21 points, ending the game at 38-17 for the Aggies. The number 16 team is hitting the green grass again on September 12 against the Ball State Cardinals for a night game. Don’t miss your chance to see them live this season.

9/2/15 - The wait is nearly over: the Texas A&M Aggies Football opener is almost here. In just a matter of days, the Aggies will take the field for the first time in 2015 as they host the Arizona State Sun Devils at NRG Stadium in Houston. Coach Kevin Sumlin knows his squad is hyped for the new season, but he’s also aware that their first-week competition is not to be taken lightly. AZ State will field a new-look team this year featuring a young offensive line, but the area where Texas might hold their greatest advantage is on defense. Look for Sumlin’s staff to exploit matchups to their fullest ability as the Aggies try to start out on the right foot! Tickets are still available for 9/5 starting at $59!

8/28/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies football team are about to start their season and their schedule looks very good. The front end of the season is loaded with home games, while most of their away matches are near the end of the semester. In fact, their final two matches are back to back away games. This means there is plenty of time for the Aggies to figure out exactly how their can improve their performance before facing an opponent on their own field. First up, the Aggies host the Arizona State Sun Devils on September 5th. Tickets start at $56. The following weekend, they will be hosting the Ball State Cardinals. Tickets for the second matchup are also available for about $50. Be sure to follow the Aggies closely because this promises to be an excellent season.

8/21/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies football program has been working hard and making a lot of modifications during the offseason. In 2014, the Aggies finished their season with an 8-5 record, but they want to be a bigger contender in their SEC West division. Changes to the coaching staff are where the organization started. Veteran SEC defensive coordinator, John Chavis, was pulled away from the LSU program and brought on to the Aggies. To even out the team, the Aggies hired Dave Christensen to help out offensively. Texas A&M doesn’t have a light schedule this season and they are going to have to pull out all of the stops to be successful this year. Watch them live on September 5 when they take on the Arizona State Sun Devils.

7/17/15 - Projected to finish in sixth place in the SEC West, Texas A&M Aggies Football is not enjoying the highest of regards at SEC Media Days this year. Coach Kevin Sumlin isn’t letting naysayers and detractors get in the way of the Aggies’ preparation for the 2015 season, however. He’s focused on his team’s needs, one of the greatest of which is an improved defense. John Chavis was lured away from LSU to deserve as DC and he’ll have his work cut out for him—Texas A&M allowed nearly 37 points per game in 2014. On the plus side, the Aggies offense is expected to be plenty potent, opening the door for another exciting football season in ’15. Tickets are on sale now for all 12 games—secure yours today!

6/26/15 - The Texas A&M Aggies football team just finished an average year. With 8-5 at the end of the year, they were not bad, but they did not excel either. Many are attributing their lackluster performance to their below average defense. To help combat this, the Aggies have hired a new defense coordinator, John Chavis. There is no denying that Texas has a strong offense, and a couple impressive wide receivers. Hopefully, they are able to compensate for their weakness and put together a great game plan. They have just over two months to prepare, with their first home game being on September 5th. It may seem like a long way off, but that date is quickly approaching. Be sure to secure your tickets early before they sell out.

5/29/15 - College football may seem like an eternity away, but it will be here before your know it. One of the best football programs in the nation is the Texas A&M Aggies. Even though last year didn’t go as planned, with a 7-5 record, the Aggies are still having high hopes for a more successful 2015 season. The Texas A&M Aggies football program has effectively established some depth in their quarterback position, which is always a positive thing considering injuries and such. Some disappointment has been mentioned regarding running back, Brandon Williams. He hasn’t been performing adequately during training camps and is likely to get few carries this year. See what the Aggies can pull together this season. Tickets are already available for the upcoming season.

2014 Season

10/31/14 - Now that the Aggies were able to end their losing streak by defeating out of conference opponent UL Monroe last Saturday, they can turn their sights back to their grueling SEC slate. Though the Aggies have lost three straight SEC contests, all have been against teams ranked in the top 15. After an away date at #3 Auburn on November 8, your Aggies will return home to Kyle Field to try and finish the season on a high note with games against the Missouri Tigers and #19 LSU. Come out to see new freshman QB Kyle Allen lead your Aggies to victory for these last two home contests. Razorgator is the very best place to get your tickets for Texas A&M Aggies Football, starting at $59.

9/17/14 - Heading into Week 4 of play, the Texas A&M Aggies are undefeated, and look to open their season 4-0 for the first time in eight seasons. The No. 6-ranked Aggies will get the opportunity to do so this Saturday (9/20) against a winless SMU team at Ford Stadium. With Kenny Hill in the pocket and Myles Garrett covering the other side of the ball, you won’t want to miss this weekend’s statement game. Support this inspired squad in their first road game of the year and lock-in Texas A&M Aggies Football tickets for a minimum of $72 in Dallas.

8/6/14 – In less than four weeks the Texas A&M Aggies will open the 2014 college football season, and the hunt for starting quarterback has reached a fever pitch since start of fall camp last Friday. Head coach Jake Spavital has candidly stated there will be a fair QB competition between sophomore Kenny Hill and true freshman Kyle Allen. Both have been receiving an equal amount of reps, and the coach anticipates one to quickly emerge as Texas A&M’s newest signal caller through 15 days of camp. See which contender starts under center when the Aggies travel to South Carolina on Aug. 28 to face the South Carolina Gamecocks. Score Texas A&M Football tickets and attend this can’t-miss season opener for as little as $87.

7/20/14 –Texas A&M Aggies Football recently wrapped up SEC media days, and you may be surprised to find out who stole the show. Punter Drew Kaser was the media’s guy, as the first-team All America and Ray Guy Award finalist being the team’s chief representative. It’s true the special teams star and coach Kevin Sumlin were pestered with Manziel questions on the day, but the squad looks forward to silencing the media with their stellar play on the gridiron. Score Texas A&M Aggies tickets to see them do it in 2014!

6/25/14 – Wondering how to make the most of your Thanksgiving this year? If you’re a Texas A&M Aggies fan, the answer is simple: attend the Nov 27 regular season finale game against LSU. The Aggies will face still competition when they square off opposite a strong Tigers secondary, but nothing will stop them on the road to redemption. LSU are 2-0 against Texas A&M since joining the SEC two years ago, and it’s time to get it back. The get-in price for this holiday matchup starts at a steep $146 minimum. Will the Aggies serve up a sweet plate of revenge on Turkey Day? Get Texas A&M Aggies tickets and find out yourself!

6/13/14- In the wake of graduation, the NFL Draft and disciplinary issues, Texas A&M Aggies football lost a total of eight players. The offense, excepting the departure of Manziel, won’t be too affected considering true freshman Kyle Allen will most likely win the starting QB job. Their defense, on the flip side, is a point of concern that the club will work to bolster in the offseason, looking to aptly replace the holes left by three defensive starters. The Aggies have since shuffled defensive players around to different positions, and the most intriguing replacements will fall on weak-side linebacker, nose guard and right guard. Buy Texas A&M Aggies football tickets now and see who fills in the starting positions this summer!

6/4/14 – Key sophomore defenders Darian Claiborne and Isaiah Golden have been dismissed from the team. As discipline issues are addressed by the coaching staff, the rest of the squad is focused on the season ahead. While the first two games on the Aggies home schedule should be a breeze, a rivalry game with Arkansas for the Southwest Classic Trophy looms. The SEC foes will return to Arlington for the matchup after playing in College Station in 2012 and Fayetteville in 2013. Arkansas vs. Texas A&M Aggies tickets are some of the priciest of the year with a get-in cost of $137 at AT&T Stadium. Don’t miss out on the highly anticipated game as Texas A&M shoots for their third straight win against the Razorbacks!

5/20/14 – In their first game sans Johnny Football, the Aggies will face South Carolina in a Thursday night affair. The massive undertaking will be the first test for either Kenny Hill or Kyle Allen, whomever gets the starting quarterback role. Following two non-conference matchups against the Lamar Cardinals (avg. $105) and versus the Rice Owls (avg. $111), Texas A&M will host their old Southwest Conference rivals, Arkansas Razorbacks on Sept 27 (min. $137). The cheapest Texas A&M Aggies tickets for the game have not changed in the last month however the average price to watch the Hogs at newly-renovated Kyle Field has gone up. But, the Aggies toughest stretch in their schedule comes in November when they travel to Auburn to face the defending SEC champs, and then return home to take on Missouri (avg. $192) Nov. 15 and LSU (avg. $414) on Thanksgiving Day. At this time last year, Texas A&M Aggies tickets were eighth most expensive in the Country averaging $215; today, prices are 9 percent less heading into the 2014 campaign.

4/21/14 - A decision as to who will replace Johnny Manziel at the quarterback position is still not made but true freshman Kyle Allen exceeded expectations this Spring taking advantage of time sophomore Kenny Hill (suspended) did not have. The U.S. Army All-American and former ESPN 300 member has proved he is well-adjusted, a quick learner, and ready to be a starter in football’s toughest conference, the SEC. Find out who will get the job with Texas A&M Aggies football tickets to the season opener. Prices are as low as $51 on the secondary market when the Lamar Cardinals visit Kyle Field September 6. The 2014 Aggies home schedule features SEC foes Arkansas (min. $137) at AT&T Stadium, Mississippi(min. $91), Missouri (min. $98), and LSU (min. $187) in College Station.

2/4/14 - The Texas A&M Aggies have the biggest former player entering this year’s NFL Draft: Johnny Manziel. His impact on college football is undeniable, being the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy, breaking the SEC record for total offense, and leading the conference in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. The young buck announced his departure after defeating Duke in the Chick-fil-A Bowl, foregoing his junior year. Other departures are senior OT Jake Matthews and Manziel’s favorite target WR Mike Evans (also a sophomore). The Aggies were projected to struggle during their first year in the SEC, but the team sure turned that idea on its head, with a 9-4 record and No. 18 ranking on the season. This year, with National Signing Day impending, second-year HC Kevin Sumlin potentially possess the SEC’s No.2 ranked class (No.3 in the nation): including 5-star players QB Kyle Allen, WR Speedy Noil, CB Nick Harvey, DE Myles Garrett (No.2 overall prospect) who will all help fill the void Johnny Football is leaving behind.

When Texas A&M announced its move to the Southeastern Conference beginning with the 2012 season, critics of the move (and the team) questioned the Aggies’ ability to compete in what is arguably the top Division I Football Bowl Subdivision conference in the nation – let alone abandoning a great longtime in-state rival in the Texas Longhorns. Those folks didn’t count on a freshman quarterback who blossomed into “Johnny Football” in his first year as the Aggies’ signal-caller. Well, 2014 will be Year 1 A.M. (After Manziel), and Kevin Sumlin and his charges will be seeking to validate the move to the SEC. This year the Aggies will be hitting the road for many of its biggest games, though L.S.U. comes to Kyle Field this year.

2013 Season

11/6/13- After multiple personnel changes at the coaching level, the Texas A&M Aggies are 7-2 and third in the SEC West. In their last matchups, the Aggies have had convincing victories over Vanderbilt and Texas-El Paso, and they are pitted against Mississippi State next, a game Johnny Manziel and company should handle well. Tickets start at $76 (Upper) and shoot up to a lofty $717 (50-yd line). Their two following games, however, are significantly more challenging: they face LSU and Missouri State on the road. Texas A&M will have to win all three games for a shot at a BCS bowl game, and right now they are projected to take the Sugar Bowl. Don’t miss out on Johnny Football this season with the Aggies, it may be your last chance—rumors are swirling that he may choose early entry into the 2014 NFL Draft!

In its first year as a member of the SEC, Texas A&M showed that it belongs among the elite programs in the country. Quarterback Johnny Manziel became the first-ever freshman to win the Heisman trophy, leading the Aggies to a Top 5 national ranking and a Cotton Bowl victory over the Oklahoma Sooners. With a highly-rated incoming recruiting class, coach Kevin Sumlin hopes to take the team to a BCS National Championship. The average price for Texas A&M football tickets in College Station this season is $202, eighth highest in the NCAA. For SEC teams, only LSU, Alabama, and Georgia are more expensive.

Aggies football kicks off with the season opener on 8/31 against Rice, but the Texas A&M season really begins on 9/14 against the defending BCS Champion Alabama Crimson Tide. Last year, the Aggies were the only team to defeat the eventual champions. Their 2013 matchup in College Station is not only the most expensive game at Kyle Field this season, it is also the third most expensive NCAA football game this season with an average Alabama vs. Texas A&M tickets price of $623. The Aggies only defeats last season came against the LSU Tigers and Florida Gators. While Florida is not on the Texas A&M football schedule this season, the Texas A&M rivalry game in Death Valley against LSU is the 6th most expensive college football game with an average LSU vs. Texas A&M tickets price of $531. Looking to score cheap Texas A&M football tickets? With an average price of $131, the 9/7 game against Sam Houston St. is the least expensive Aggies home football game.
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