Texas A&M fans wear red, white, and blue at ‘Midnight Yell’

The Texas A&M fan base is pretty awesome. Last night, they hosted their annual “Midnight Yell” event leading up to Saturday’s home opener against Ball State.

The event just happened to coincide with the fourteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, so one of the most patriotic states in the country decided to honor America. College Spun shared photos and videos of the fans wearing custom-made red, white, and blue shirts for the event. It provided an amazing moment at Kyle Field.

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Incredible. What a terrific way to remember the victims of that horrible day. This was also a great way to get their fans hyped up for the game today.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

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