Texas A&M Aggies Tickets for Sale
Texas A&M Tickets to Kyle Field for the 2010 college football season were good for a 9-3 team that finished 17th in the polls and third in the South Division of the Big 12. The Aggies cut their championship hopes short with three straight losses after beginning the season 3-0. Texas A&M bounced back from the early season rut and finish the season 9-3, earning a bid to the Cotton Bowl on January 7, 2011. Now they enter the 2011 season with the hopes of Aggies tickets being good for at least a return to the Cotton Bowl.
Mike Sherman's Aggies tried to establish a balanced offense every game, averaging 281.8 passing yards and 165.8 rushing yards. The result was a team scoring 31.8 points a game. The defense proved capable of holding opponents to 20.3 points a game and played its best in tough games near the end of the schedule, holding the then-#8 Oklahoma Sooners to 19 points on November 6th and the then #8 Nebraska Cornhuskers to 6 points on November 20th in two big wins to close the conference season schedule.
Junior Ryan Tannehill has taken over as the starting quarterback for the Texas A&M Aggies. He has thrown for 1,434 yards and 11 touchdowns to just 3 interceptions in six games. His 141.08 QB Rating and 65.3 completion percentage make him a superbly dangerous player and one of two reasons the Aggies were able to salvage the 2010 college football season.
Running back Cyrus Gray has been the other reason. Gray ran for 1,033 yards for the entire season, with most of those yards coming after the three game losing streak, including his 223-yard game to close the season on November 25, 2010 against the Texas Longhorns in the 24-17 win.
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Texas A&M 2011 Schedule
- Game 1, September 4: Texas A&M vs. Southern Methodist Mustangs at Kyle Field
- Game 2, September 17: Texas A&M vs. Idaho Vandals at Kyle Field
- Game 3, September 24: Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys at Kyle Field
- Game 4, October 1: Texas A&M vs. Arkansas Razorbacks at Dallas Cowboys Stadium
- Game 5, October 8: Texas A&M at Texas Tech Red Raiders at Jones AT&T Stadium
- Game 6, October 15: Texas A&M vs. Baylor Bears at Kyle Field
- Game 7, October 22: Texas A&M at Iowa State Cyclones at Jack Trice Stadium
- Game 8, October 29: Texas A&M vs. Missouri Tigers at Kyle Field
- Game 9, November 5: Texas A&M at Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
- Game 10, November 12: Texas A&M at Kansas State Wildcats at Wagner Field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium
- Game 11, November 19: Texas A&M vs. Kansas Jayhawks at Kyle Field
- Game 12, November 24: Texas A&M vs. Texas Longhorns at Kyle Field