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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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You're sorely mistaken if you think Arkansas runs for anywhere near 300 on A&M.


Well we just did that against the best team from Texas. Doing it against their little bro shouldn't be difficult


AGGIES
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Member since Jul 2021
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Colorado is average. We’ve dissected that game plenty. The good news is we get to play each other soon enough.


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Slackaveli
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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So we have to settle for the 5 star recruit Sophomore that is probably better than 90% of the qbs out there
FIVE star? LOL. He's a THREE star, Pal.


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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
A&M 5, IRL 3

Sliding scales for everything there


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RoscoeHarper
Houston Astros Fan
Edmond, OK
Member since Aug 2011
3577 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Cute


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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Thanks. I am a hetero male, so I am not interested, but appreciate the compliment


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Mr Sausage
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Cat Spring, Texas
Member since Oct 2011
5574 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
He’s trying so hard.


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RogerTheShrubber
LSU Fan
Juneau, AK
Member since Jan 2009
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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So we have to settle for the 5 star recruit Sophomore


Never helped you before.

Aggy squanders more talent than any program but USC.


Aggieguy2019
Texas A&M Fan
Dallas
Member since Aug 2014
237 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
If you saw any of our game this weekend, you saw the 12th traveled well. Dallas is much closer than Denver. Expect Jerry World to be packed.


aggressor
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Austin, TX
Member since Sep 2011
5530 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
The Seahawks literally paid A&M annually for the privilege or using the 12th Man until they abandoned it a few years ago for "12". This is the 100th year anniversary of E King Gill and the origin of the 12th Man.


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TriedtosignuponceB4
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
I rooted for Arkansas against Texas. Don't make me regret it.


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NFLSU
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
That’s cool.

When football fans around the world think of the 12th Man, they think of the Seattle Seahawks fanbase.

The fact that they share it isn’t really relevant.


GatorOnAnIsland
Florida Fan
Florida
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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texag7 USA Fan College Station




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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Dude misses the masks, I bet.


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Oklahomey
Oklahoma Fan
Bucksnort, TN
Member since Mar 2013
2760 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
2006 Oklahoma @ Texas A&M. Sooners up 17-16 going for it on 4th and 1 inside their OWN 30 with very little time left. Just before the snap, Aggies get a penalty. 12 men on the field. The 12th Man is a great tradition!


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swinetime
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Lose


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Jster15
Member since Aug 2019
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
Just publicly revealed your ignorance didn’t you? Nobody knows the Seattle Seahawks outside of the NFL. The 12th man of A&M tradition will have been established a century ago next year. There are Aggies all over the world that can tell you about the 12th man, try to find a Seattle Seahawks fan anywhere. Lol
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Porker Face
Arkansas Fan
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Member since Feb 2012
12615 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
You appear to be new army. I am asking about the old army tradition of a student needing to play because an opponent physically decimated your offense

I expect it to be packed, but that's just more disappointed ags to watch the Hogs in stunned silence. Doesn't matter to me how many you bring when all they do is sit on their hands or surrender cobra


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aTmTexas Dillo
Houston Astros Fan
East Texas Lake
Member since Sep 2018
7579 posts

re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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Based on your injury report, your starter is out for our game in two weeks. Given the backup looked atrocious against a dog shite Colorado program, do you still let students come in and play in the middle of the game?

It ought to be a breeze for you then. No worries! And hell, maybe you'll beat Bama and end up the national champions. it will prove you don't need 5 stars to get'R done.


CGSC Lobotomy
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Member since Sep 2011
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re: Aggies - is the 12th man tradition alive and well?
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When football fans around the world think of the 12th Man, they think of the Seattle Seahawks fanbase.


I live in the Seattle area. The Seahawks fanbase call themselves the 12s and have since 2016. They chose not to renew the agreement at the 10 year mark. You couldn't be more wrong if you tried.
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