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GALLERY: 2021 Maroon & White Spring Game

Photo by Abbey Santoro

The Texas A&M football team held their annual Maroon & White spring game on the afternoon of Saturday, April 24 in Kyle Field. 

The Texas A&M football team held their annual Maroon & White Game on Saturday, April 24 at 1 p.m. in Kyle Field. The maroon team walked away with the victory over the white team with a 23-6 win. Fans also had the opportunity to witness the 2021 Legends flag football game that occurred during halftime. The Legends roster featured notable Aggie former students including Johnny Manziel. 

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  • Texas A&M held its first spring game in two years at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 24 in Kyle Field. The annual Maroon & White Game was canceled last year due to COVID-19. 

  • A young fan has his jersey signed by Von Miller. 

  • Students and members of the Bryan-College Station community filled the stands of Kyle Field for Saturday’s Maroon & White spring game. 

  • Four out of the five 2021-2022 Yell Leaders, Zac CrossMemo Salinas, Noah Ferguson and Kipp Knecht charge out of the tunnel before the game begins. 

  • The Texas A&M football team and head coach Jimbo Fisher make their way onto the field. 

  • Members of the white team kneel in the end zone before the game starts. 

  • Senior kicker Seth Small gets the game started for the Aggies, delivering the first kick of the game. 

  • Hezekiah Jones catches the ball and maneuvers around teammate Keldrick Carper.

  • Students in Kyle Field are led in a yell in between plays. 

  • Three young girls receive high-fives from members of the Aggie Dance team. 

  • Texas A&M head football coach Jimbo Fisher makes his way onto the field in between plays. 

  • Junior Connor Choate pumps the crowd up during the game. 

  • Junior Ainias Smith catches the ball and runs down the field. 

  • Keldrick Carper tries to out run Jake Pagel in order to receive the ball. 

  • A young fan holds up a “Gig ‘Em Aggies!” sign at the Maroon & White spring game on Saturday, April 24. 

  • Former-student Johnny Manziel served as the all-time quarter back during the Legends halftime game. 

  • Uzoma Nwachukwu Class of 2013, barely misses the ball during the Legends flag-football halftime game. 

  • Texas A&M former student Sirr Parker Class of 1998, runs the ball into the end zone to score a touchdown for the white team during the Legends halftime game. 

  • A group of Texas A&M former-students and football team members made an appearance at the 2021 Maroon & White spring game. 

  • Former Texas A&M wide receiver Kendrick Rogers takes a picture with a student in Kyle Field at the 2021 Maroon & White spring game. 

  • Wide receiver Jalen Preston sprints towards the end zone. 

  • Junior defensive back Samuel Mathews tries to recover the ball after a fumble occurs. 

  • Freshman running back Deondre Jackson smiles between plays in Saturday’s spring game. 

  • Sophomore quarterback Zach Calzada prepares to throw the ball. 

  • Ainias Smith ran for a total of 129 yards and recorded one touchdown for the maroon team during the spring game. 

  • Sophomore wide receiver Ryan Cambell drops the ball while heading towards the end zone. 

  • Hezekiah Jones recorded a total of 82 yards in the 2021 spring game. 

  • Seniors celebrate their last time in Kyle Field with an appearance on the jumbotron during a timeout. 

  • Quarterback Zach Calzada threw for 196 passing yards during the Maroon & White spring game on Saturday, April 24. 

  • The maroon and white teams gather together in the center of Kyle Field to hear from head coach Jimbo Fisher at the conclusion of the game. 

  • Yell leader Kipp Knecht helps lead Texas A&M in the War Hymn at the conclusion of the Maroon & White game. 

  • The Texas A&M football team celebrates the end of the Maroon & White game by singing the Aggie War Hymn and sawing ’em off. 

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