Home to the 12th Man and steeped in tradition Kyle Field is one of the most intimidating stadiums in college football. Kyle Field has been home to Aggie football since 1904 or 1905. The first stadium was completed in the early 1920s with seating for around 500. Today the Kyle Field seats over 80,000. Major … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Sunset in Aggieland
Texas A&M opened October 4, 1876 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. it became the first public institution of higher education in Texas. The named changed in 1963 when A&M became a university. A&M was founded under the Morrill Act (land grant college). Under the Morrill Act A&M's purpose was to "leading … Continue reading Sky Watch Friday: Welcome Aggieland
A friend posted this on FB, enjoy. I found this version as a related link to the first one. The light show isn't as good but it is the complete Aggie War Hymn http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9k-P6sriXc&feature=related
The Texas Aggie baseball team beat Florida State at the Super Regional in Tallahassee. That's right the Aggie's are headed to the College World Series in Omaha. They will face South Carolina in on June 19. Whoop!!!
Howdy!!! The Big Guy is a graduate of Texas A&M University. That's right he is an Aggie and is involved in our local A&M Club. A couple of years ago the Aggie baseball team played at the University of Florida. Several A&M Clubs from throughout Florida converged on Gainesville for the game. The official gathering … Continue reading ABC Wednesday: A is for Aggie Game
I've seen this car several times when I pick the Big Guy up. It makes me do a double take every time I see it. This time I decided to take a picture of it and post it. I've removed all identifying info like make and license plate so that is bad editing not a … Continue reading Hmm …
Today in 1836 the Texican forces under the command of General Sam Houston defeated the Mexican troops led by General Antonio López de Santa Anna. The short but decisive battle took place near Buffalo Bayou (Houston). While the Mexican forces were taking a nap, Houston launched an attack on the Mexican camp. By the time … Continue reading Tribute to Tejas (Texas)