Through five games, Texas A&M sits comfortably at 4-1 with victories against Rice, Sam Houston State, SMU, and Arkansas. Their lone loss came to #1 Alabama in one of the most-hyped games in recent memory and may have made their road to the national championship much more difficult, but it certainly is not impossible.
And Aggies fans are clearly still clinging to visions of glory for the 2013 season as ticket prices remain at sky-high levels. Following an October 12th date at Ole Miss, Texas A&M will play four consecutive weeks at home against Auburn, Vanderbilt, UTEP, and Mississippi State. Our friends over at Flash Seats say that the cheapest Texas A&M football tickets are $60 for the Saturday, November 2nd game against UTEP. The get-in price for Vanderbilt on October 26th is $70 with Mississippi State tickets beginning at $90 for the final regular season home game (and potentially Johnny Football’s last game at Kyle Field) on November 9th. The highest get-in price is for the Auburn matchup taking place a little over two weeks from today.
As mentioned previously, Johnny Manziel could leave the Aggies following this season, and if he were to make an announcement on his plans for the future, tickets will either remain relatively consistent (announces that he’ll stay for another year) or skyrocket (announces he’s entering the draft.) Either way, this Aggie football team has seven games remaining, four of them at Kyle Field. If they have any hope of contending for a national championship, they better make sure to protect their house.