COLLEGE STATION – The Aggies return to the friendly confines of Reed Arena on Saturday at 5 p.m. to face Ole Miss Saturday in a pivotal late season SEC match up.
HALF COURT SHOT FOR FREE TUITION
Students who attend three of the final four home games will be entered for a chance to shoot a half-court shot at the Auburn game for FREE tuition valued at $12,000. Students will be given a stamp card and it will be stamped with a different color stamp at each of the final four games. If they have at least three stamps with the Auburn game, their card will be put in for the drawing for the contest at halftime.
MORE GREAT PRIZES FOR STUDENTS
Additionally, students who attend two of the final four home games will also have the chance to receive a variety of other great prizes including gift cards from Double Dave’s and Rudy’s.
Fans inside Reed Arena on Saturday will have plenty of chance to add to their wardrobe as over 500 t-shirts will be thrown into the stands throughout the game
REED ROWDIES COMPETITION ON CAMPUS
The Reed Rowdies will be having a competition on campus Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Harrington Plaza. The winners, as judged by the Rowdies, will be given a prize at the game Saturday afternoon.
MIKE EVANS TO BE HONORED
Texas A&M Football's record-setting wide receiver Mike Evans will be presented with the CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy at the Ole Miss game.
MAROON AND WHITE "CASH-OUT" SLEEVES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT THE VIP STUDENT ENTRANCE
There will be 2,000 maroon and white “cash out” sleeves passed out at the VIP student entrance Saturday before the game versus Ole Miss.
DJ AT VIP STUDENT ENTRANCE
There will be a DJ present, playing great music to get students pumped up before the game.
KID’S COURT IN THE MEN’S PRACTICE GYM
Prior to the game kids (Sixth grade and younger) can participate in “Kid’s Court” inside the men’s practice gym from 4 p.m. to 4:40 p.m. Kids will have the chance to shoot baskets or participate in poster making, face painting and other activities.
Kids and parents can access “Kid’s Court” by entering the Cox-McFerrin Center for Aggie Basketball from the arena concourse and following the signage for “Kid’s Court”.
SPORTS PASS SPECIAL
Texas A&M students who have an All-Sports pass can bring a fellow student into the game for free. This promotion will run during all remaining home games.
A&M STUDENTS GET A RIDE TO THE GAME
On basketball game days, the Aggie Hoops bus will run on Route 01 beginning a few hours before tipoff and throughout the game. This route runs by the Quad, close to the dorms on the south side of campus and will drop students off at the corner of Kimbrough by the West Campus Garage, across the street from Reed Arena.
RESERVE YOUR PARKING BEFORE COMING TO REED
Fans driving to the game are encouraged to reserve their parking before they get to campus by purchasing on-line with Texas A&M Transportation Services – Sign up for the Tennessee game - HERE