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Online-only student bowl game ticket pull starts Sunday

December 05, 2013
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Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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Texas A&M will learn its 2013 bowl game destination on Sunday after the release of the final Bowl Championship Series standings.

The No. 22-ranked Aggies (8-4 overall and 4-4 in Southeastern Conference play) will be seeking to end its season with a bowl win for the third straight year, which has never happened in program history. It’s the fifth straight season that the Aggies have earned a bowl trip, and the Aggies are coming off victories over Oklahoma in the 2013 AT&T Cotton Bowl and Northwestern in the 2011 Texas Bowl. It will be the 35th bowl invitation in school history, and the Aggies have compiled a 15-19 record in the previous 34 contests.

2013 Texas A&M Student Bowl Ticket Information
Due to the Texas A&M final exam schedule and anticipated ticket availability, the 2013 Bowl Pull will be conducted online^ this year beginning at 9 p.m. on Sunday, December 8th, 2013, at mysportspass.tamu.edu.

During this process, students with a 2013 football option* will be able to purchase up to four (4) bowl tickets. Tickets will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Students purchasing tickets may elect to have them shipped via priority mail or to pick them up on site at the bowl game. Complete information regarding the student bowl ticket pull is available at mysportspass.tamu.edu.

Student ticket prices is located below:

$85 – Chick-Fil-A Bowl, Atlanta, Georgia (Dec 31)

If student tickets remain, they will go on sale to all currently registered Texas A&M students beginning at 6 pm on Monday, December 9th.

^ 2013 Bowl Ticket Pull will be held exclusively online.
*Valid options are: All Sports with Football, Football Only, Maroon Football or White Football.

 

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