Texas A&M Aggies

While Texas A&M lost a nail-biter to Clemson, the Aggies’ police blotter won the night

Aggies fans cheer during a game at Kyle Field in College Station.
Aggies fans cheer during a game at Kyle Field in College Station. photo@star-telegram.com

The football program at Texas A&M took a small step forward on Saturday night.

Yes, the Aggies lost a close game at home to Clemson, 28-26. Led by first-year head coach Jimbo Fisher and emerging quarterback Kellen Mond, the Aggies hung tough with the now-second ranked Tigers.

And despite the defeat, “The 12th Man” seemed more alive than it has been in a while.

Off the field, the university’s campus took issue with the behavior of some of the fans at in-and-around Kyle Field and College Station.

Here are some of the best tweets from the Texas A&M University Police account.

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