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Texas A&M Football Schedule 2023:
Experience Aggieland Like a Student

Welcome to the heart of Aggieland, where maroon runs deep, and traditions run even deeper. If you're considering making a trip to College Station in the fall of 2023, you're in for a treat as we embark on another thrilling season of Texas A&M football. With its rich history, passionate fan base, and iconic Kyle Field as the backdrop, a gameday experience at Texas A&M University is like no other. Whether you're a die-hard Aggie or just looking to soak up the electric atmosphere, this guide will give you a sneak peek into the Texas A&M football schedule for 2023 and festivities that await you in Aggieland during the season.
Gig 'em Aggies!

Aggie Home Games 2023

September Games
September 2 vs New Mexico
September 16 vs ULM 
September 23 vs Auburn  
September 30 vs Arkansas 

October Games
October 7 vs Alabama
October 28 vs South Carolina 

November Games 
November 11 vs Mississippi State 
November 18 vs ACU 

*Times of most regular season games are TBA. Please visit Texas A&M official website
for more information.
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There's nothing like gameday in College Station. Our signature "Howdy Hospitality" is at its best. Rooms are filled with Ags ready for gameday and the entire property is abuzz with the anticipation of kick-off. Our Gameday Hullabaloo Experience helps keep you fueled and fired up for your day long festivities. Be part of the energy & excitement just 96 yards from Kyle Field.  Think giant screens, live entertainment, all-you-can-eat dining, great drinks, and the sounds of Kyle Field. Come join in the Hullabaloo!
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Gameday the Aggie Way

At Texas A&M University, gamedays are filled with Aggie-isms exchanged between fans who are more like family, and team celebrations that feel a lot like coming home. Drinks flow, laughter abounds, and all Aggie fans in and around College Station come together in Kyle Field to support the team as they play for a win. But beyond the football field is the fanfare, and Texas A&M does it better than anywhere else through these fan favorite Aggie Gameday festivities.

The 12th Man

Though only eleven football players can take the field at a time, the fans make up Texas A&M football’s symbolic 12th Man. The 12th Man moniker dates back to an Aggie football game in 1922, during which the team was severely shorthanded, and called on squad player E. King Gill to fill in their otherwise empty bench.
Gill stood with the Aggies for the entire game and supported them to a well-earned win through what would become one of college football’s biggest upsets. Today, Aggie fans show up in full force-and remain standing for the entire game-in solidarity with Gill’s Aggie spirit.

Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band

Formed in 1894, the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is more than a marching band-each of its members is also a member of the Corps of Cadets. Commonly referred to as the Noble Men of Kyle, or simply Aggie Band, the Aggie Band is, in fact, the largest military marching band in the United States, and executes complicated maneuvers worthy of that honor.
The band claims to have never lost a halftime, and does so through their meticulous technique, style, and spirited play of the Aggie War Hymn to which all Aggie fans respond with a resounding “Whoop!”
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