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June 16, 2024

Football Ring Day

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Photo by Photo by Cassie Stricker

Porter Garner III, CEO and President of The Association of Former Students, reminded the players in attendance that the Aggie Ring was the most noticeable tradition of the Aggie Network.

Friends and family crowded into the Bright Football Complex’s Hagner Auditorium as Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher presented members of the A&M football team with their Aggie Rings.  The ceremony took place Wednesday before the team traveled to Tuscaloosa for the Aggies’ game against No. 1 Alabama.
 

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  • Texas A&M Head Football Coach Jimbo Fisher presents senior Yell Leader Blake Jones with his Aggie Ring.

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  • Blake Jones returns to his seat after putting his Aggie Ring on for the first time.

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  • Football Ring Day

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  • Industrial engineering senior Kwame Etwi takes puts his ring on.

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  • The entire football team watched as eight of their teammates received their Aggie Rings.

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  • Business administration senior Riley Garner takes his ring out of the box.

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  • Football Ring Day

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  • Recreation, parks and tourism sciences senior Connor Lanfear poses for a photo with Porter Garner III and Jimbo Fisher.

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  • Texas A&M Head Football Coach Jimbo Fisher introduces a surprise ring presentation.

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  • Senior recreation, parks and tourism sciences senior Donovan Wilson did not know he would be receiving his ring this semester.

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  • Jimbo Fisher points to the rows of guests crowded in to watch the players receive their rings at another surprise for Donovan Wilson.

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  • Donovan Wilson reacts to seeing a familiar face in the crowd.

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  • Wilson’s mother and girlfriend attended the ceremony to surprise him.

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  • Donovan Wilson’s mother, Michell, surprised him with his Aggie Ring.

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  • Jimbo Fisher addresses the crowd after the eight football players received their rings.

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  • Donovan Wilson and his mother, Michell, pose for a photo after he received his ring.

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  • Telecommunication senior Erik McCoy was one of seven football players to receive his ring Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Ag leadership and development senior Kingsley Keke celebrated with family after receiving his ring.

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