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Catch the Rest of the Texas A&M Football Season

October 6th, 2015 by Pamela Murski

Texas A&M Football ScheduleIt is the best time of the year, Texas A&M football season. Located only 40 minutes away from Kyle Field, the Murski Homestead Bed & Breakfast is the perfect place for you to stay when you’re not cheering on your Aggies! Enjoy a great night sleep and a hearty breakfast before heading to College Station for a game. With eight games left in the season, four of which are at home, there is plenty of time to book your stay at the Murski Homestead Bed & Breakfast.

Texas A&M Football Season Schedule

  • October 17th vs. Alabama @ College Station
  • October 24th vs. Ole Miss @ Oxford, MS
  • October 31st vs. South Carolina @ College Station
  • November 7th vs. Auburn @ College Station
  • November 14th vs. Western Carolina @ College Station
  • November 21st vs. Vanderbilt @ Nashville, TN
  • November 28th vs. LSU @ Baton Rouge, LA
  • December 5th SEC Championship @ Atlanta, GA

Texas A&M Football Season Recap

Week 1

The Aggies started off strong in the first week of the college football season with a big 38-17 win against the Arizona State Sun Devils. The Sun Devils attempted to recruit two local players who ended up signing with Texas A&M making this match-up one for the books. It was also the first time the Sun Devils played the Aggies which caused a large drop in Arizona State’s rankings after the loss.

Week 2

With a 56-23 win over the Ball State Cardinals, Kyle Allen threw 126 yards just in the first half! The energy was electric at Kyle Field for this game. Kyler Murray threw his first career touchdown pass at the end of the first half. 

Week 3

The Nevada Wolf Pack took a brutal beating in the week 3 game against the Aggies. Allen totalled five touchdowns in this huge win against the Wolf Pack. At this point, the Texas A&M team and their fans were ready for SEC football. As the last nonconference game, everyone was excited anticipating the first conference game in week 4.

Week 4

After Week 4 the Aggies are rising in the power rankings. Texas A&M remain undefeated and brought home a 28-21 win after a thrilling overtime game against the Arkansas Razorbacks. A missed field goal sealed the deal for the Aggies, keeping their unbeaten status early in the season. After the Arkansas game, the Aggies rose to 12th in the power rankings.

Week 5

Week 5 has come and gone and the Aggies still remain undefeated. The Aggies headed into the second half with a 14-point lead and remained on top throughout the second half. The second half didn’t see any touchdowns from Texas A&M, but their two field goals kept them on top. With a final score of 30-17 against Mississippi State, the Aggies are ready to continue their undefeated reign throughout the season.

Plan Your Trip

Only a 45-minute drive from Kyle Field, Murski Homestead Bed & Breakfast is the perfect place to stay when you’re not cheering on your Aggies. If you’re making the trip to see Texas A&M play, you should plan to stay for several days to take advantage of the many things to do and see in this area.

Gig Em Aggies!

Photo credit: Ed Schipul / Flickr

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