COLLEGE STATION, Texas (WALA) - College Station will host what many are calling the game of the decade, Alabama vs Texas A&M, Saturday, September 14.
It is the calm before the storm out at Kyle Field, not a whole lot going on yet with the game just around the corner, but that doesn't mean we haven't found some early tailgaters for the big game. Even in Aggieland, there's a Bama supporter.
FOX10 searched the entire campus, full of maroon and white, and finally saw a fan wearing an Alabama t-shirt. Sara Roe said she is such a dedicated fan, she isn’t worried about walking around A&M in Bama gear.
"I've done it before, I think I'm good, tomorrow other Alabama fans will be here so I won't be a one man show I guess," Roe said.
We also found some Aggie fans who don't seem so positive about the home team.
"I wouldn't put money on us winning, but if anybody can beat Bama, it's Johnny Manziel," said John Rogers, a Texas A&M student.
Many Aggie fans were already out tailgating for the big game lined up outside Kyle Field.
"Im a little nervous. It will be a great game, and a close match up hopefully," said Aggie fan, Andrew Stegall.
Friday, September 13, you can count on the entire Kyle Field area to be packed full of fans as we get closer to game time. Simone Eli will be there every step of the way, including an inside look at the visiting team locker room tomorrow at 5 p.m.
According to authorities, a man suspected of firing a shot that missed a 6-year-old and 8-year-old sitting in the backseat of a car Saturday, November 30, has been arrested.
Robertsdale police say 23 year old William Sikora was struck at the intersection of Milwaukee Street and Hammond Street around 6 p.m. by Leonard Starke, who was allegedly fled the scene and was later arrested at a home in Summerdale.
On Friday, December 6 members of Homeowners Hurricane Insurance Initiative (HHII) met with members of the Alabama Legislature and Baldwin County officials to voice their concern over just released Clarity Law data.
Phones were ringing off the hook at a local travel agency, Monday, December 9, when FOX10 stopped by. Auburn fans began contacting Springdale Travel Saturday night for the Tigers next game, the BCS National Championship game.
Mobile County Commissioners held their annual luncheon meeting with the Mobile Legislative Delegation Monday.
In a move intended to persuade Creola residents not to annex into Saraland, the Satsuma City School board considers offering free tuition.