Texas A&M reminds Seahawks fans they're the original 12th Man

Nov 9, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; A general view of Kyle Field during the first quarter between the Texas A&M Aggies and the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

The Texas A&M Aggies and Seattle Seahawks have an agreement that allows the “12th Man” monikers for both of their fan base, but people tend to forget that Texas A&M was the original 12th Man.

As the Seahawks prepare for Super Bowl XLVIII, Texas A&M wanted to send a reminder that they are the OGs of the nickname and apparel retailer Aggieland Outfitters is selling t-shirts that read “The Original 12th Man, EST: 1922” across the front. On the back, the shirt reads, “A tradition about more than noise.”

You can check out a photo of the t-shirt below:


If you are a proud Aggies fan that would like to wear the shirt and show off your fandom, you can purchase one by clicking here.


Tags: Football Seattle Seahawks Texas A&M Aggies

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