Texas A&M Football: Aggies Continue Media Blitz with ESPN GameDay Commercial
If there's one thing that SEC fans have learned about Texas A&M, it's that the Aggies aren't afraid to show off their traditions to a large audience.
Whether it's the commercial that ran on virtually every televised SEC event during the 2011-12 school year, or the "Welcome to the SEC" Internet video that debuted when A&M officially became a member of the SEC, the Aggies are well-versed on getting their name out there.
That trend will continue.
The crew from ESPN's College GameDay spent Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning at Kyle Field shooting a commercial featuring Texas A&M for the upcoming season, according to Brent Zwerneman of the San Antonio Express-News.
Texas A&M won an Internet contest to host the GameDay crew and be featured in the commercial, narrowly edging out Nebraska.
While the content of the commercial is not entirely known, Zwerneman reports that it does include the GameDay crew camping out near the 50-yard line of Kyle Field. Videos that have surfaced on the Internet also indicate that the nearly 3,500 fans in attendance replicated Midnight Yell.
The commercial won't air until September, but some news did come out of ESPN's visit to College Station.
Host Chris Fowler gave some indication that the GameDay road show is considering heading back to town when Texas A&M hosts Florida on Sept. 8 in the first SEC game in Aggie history.
Chris Fowler just told us A&M-Florida is 'certainly on grid' for potential GameDay visit on Sept. 8.— Brent Zwerneman (@BrentZwerneman) August 1, 2012
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