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GALLERY: Midnight Yell vs. Kent State

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Photo by Photo by Samuel Falade

The Yell Leaders do push ups on Kyle Field before the first Midnight Yell begins. 

On Friday, Sept. 3 Midnight Yell Practice returned to Kyle Field for the first yell practice of the 2021 football season. After a year of virtual Midnight Yell’s due to COVID-19, the stands of Kyle Field were filled from top to bottom. The Texas A&M football team will take on Kent State in their first game of the season on Saturday, Sept. 3 

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  • Cadets perform the war dance during Midnight Yell. 

  • Texas A&M friends and family talk together in the stands of Kyle Field. 

  • Members of the 2021 Corps Staff pose for photographs after Midnight Yell. 

  • Cross section of the students during the yell practice.

  • Senior Yell leader Woods Johnson addresses the crowd gathered in Kyle Field. 

  • Members of Texas A&M’s Student Bonfire attended the first Midnight Yell of the 2021 football season. 

  • The 2021 Loading Crew gathers together on the track. 

  • Junior Yell leader Kipp Knecht during Yell Practice. 

  • Senior Yell leader Noah Ferguson during Midnight Yell. 

  • Family members take turns photographing Yell leaders as they lead Midnight Yell practice. 

  • Yell leaders Zac Cross, Woods Johnson, Memo Salinas and Noah Ferguson whoop during the Yell practice at Kyle field.

  • Texas A&M students filled Kyle Field on Friday, Sept. 3 for the first Midnight Yell practice of the 2021 football season. 

  • President of Texas A&M University, Dr. M. Katherine Banks while the Spirit of Aggieland in sung. 

  • Yell leader Zac Cross during the Yell practice.

  • A little boy joins others Aggies for the Yell practice.

  • Head Yell leader Memo Salinas leads the Yell Practice the night before the game against Kent state.

  • Senior Yell leader Woods Johnson during the yell Practice.

  • Texas A&M students pose for photographs during Midnight Yell practice.

  • Cross section of Texas A&M university students during Midnight Yell practice. 

  • Texas A&M University Yell Leaders (from left to right) Zac Cross, Woods Johnson, Memo Salinas, Noah Ferguson and Kipp Knecht stand together during Yell practice. 

  • President of Texas A&M University, Dr. M. Katherine Banks gives a Gig ’em to the crowd as she exits Kyle field after Midnight Yell practice.

  • Texas A&M University Yell Leaders (from left to right) Zac CrossWoods JohnsonNoah Ferguson and Kipp Knecht lead Kyle Field in Midnight Yell practice. 

  • The Yell leaders lead the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band into Kyle field for the first Midnight Yell practice of the 2021 football season.

  • President of Texas A&M University, Dr. M. Katherine Banks was acknowledged during Midnight Yell practice.

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