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Chalk Talk/Football Feud
MLK Historic Site Visit
Bowl Week Battle Day 2
Day 3 Johnny Interview
Day 2 Recap
Coach Sumlin: Team Arrival
Bowl Team Welcome Video
Bowl Press Conference
Johnny Heisman Trip: Day 2
Johnny Heisman Trip: Day 1
March of Honor
There's a Spirit
Kyle Field Groundbreaking
Kyle Field Redevelopment
11:45 AM: Coach Sumlin, Toney Hurd Jr and Ben Malena met the media at the first official press conference of the week.
3:15 PM: A&M went through a two-hour workout in shorts and shells inside Georgia Tech's indoor facility.
7:30 PM: Players and coaches attended the Atlanta Hawks game and participated in a halftime "Battle for Bowl Week" basketball challenge.
7:30 AM: The Aggies attended the FCA Breakfast at the Marriott Marquis Hotel.
10:00 AM: Coaches and players spent 90 minutes at the Childrens Hospital of Atlanta's Egelston Campus.
1:00 PM: Check out Studio 12 Live audio above - we talked live with special teams coach Jeff Banks, heard from kicker Josh Lambo, and caught up with offensive coordinator Jake Spavital and head coach Kevin Sumlin.
2:00 PM: A&M went through a two-hour full-pad workout inside the Georgia Dome.
6:00 PM: The Aggies won the Milkshake and the X-Box contests to take the lead in the "Battle for Bowl Week".
1:00 PM: Check out Studio 12 Live audio above - we talked with Senior Associate AD Jason Cook, o-line coach BJ Anderson, Chick-fil-A Bowl COO David Epps and WR Malcome Kennedy all live from the team hotel.
3:00 PM: The team arrived at the Georgia Dome for their first look at the facility and their first workout of the week.
7:00 PM: A&M made its way to Dave & Busters in Marietta for the official Chick-fil-A Bowl welcome party.
5:00 PM: Charter plane arrives at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, officially marking the start of bowl week in Atlanta.
7:00 PM: The travel party was treated to a Christmas dinner inside the team hotel.
9:00 PM: The team held a meeting, officially welcoming them to Atlanta and setting out the week's schedule.
11:30 AM: Chick-fil-A Bowl officials, led by President/CEO Gary Stokan, made the trip to Aggieland to formally invite Texas A&M to Atlanta. Stokan, AD Eric Hyman and Coach Sumlin held a press conference, CFA Bowl officials met with the team and then joined the media for lunch provided by, who else...Chick-fil-A. Wednesday marks exactly one week before the Aggies depart for the ATL.
7:45 PM: It's official! The Chick-fil-A Bowl announced that it'll be the Aggies and Duke on New Year's Eve inside the Georgia Dome. This will mark Texas A&M's first trip to the Chick-fil-A Bowl, which will air nationally on ESPN with kickoff set for 7 p.m. (CT).