The Texas A&M Aggies have sold out tickets at Kyle Field for Saturday's matchup against Sam Houston State, according to AggieSports.com. The sellout happened for a second time, as Aggies fans quickly devoured the portion of the visitor's allotment that Sam Houston State returned.
With excitement in College Station at a fever pitch following Texas A&M's upset win over defending champion and No. 1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, fans looking to buy through the school may have one more chance. If the student allotment of tickets is not fully claimed by Thursday, Nov. 15, any remaining tickets will be released.
The game is set to air on ESPN3.com or on a pay-per-view basis on FOX Sports Southwest.
Sam Houston State is currently 8-2 in the Southland Conference at the FBS level. The Bearkats, who average 46 points per game, went 14-0 in 2011 before losing to North Dakota State in the national championship game.