Texas A&M Fan Sneaks Onto Field To Watch Aggies vs. Alabama From Sideline


November 10, 2012; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; Texas A

One Texas A&M Aggies fan has become a legend.

A man known as “Sideline Guy” on the TexAgs.com message board let everyone know that he snuck onto the field during pre-game warm ups and lived his dream by watching Johnny Manziel lead the Aggies over the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide from the sideline.

Here is what the legendary fan wrote:

Before the game I walked down to the field level. For those who have been to Bryant Dennt Stadium know it has a wrought iron fence that allows fans access to the field level while still being separated from the players, coaches and media. As I watched the Ags warm up the stadium video screens began showing ‘the drive’ video, which was Bama’s drive against LSU to win the weekend before. The stadium is going nuts and everyone (including the security guards) are watching. At that time I jumped the wrought iron fence. Luckily I was wearing my Aggie sideline polo, so I looked almost identical to the coaching staff. Once in the clear, I figured I looked like an equipment manager more than a coach/player/media, so I tried to stay close to those guys until kickoff. I spent the next 3.5 hours in Heaven (Ags sideline)..

Some may be skeptical about the fans story and he knew that as well. To solidify his legendary leap over the fence and onto the sideline, the fan snapped pictures from the field level to show how he enjoyed the game. Check out the photos:

This kid is simply a legend.

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  • http://twitter.com/Aard88 Steve Bennett

    This is a serious breach of security. Bama needs to retrain their security people. They should never be watching the game or the video screen.