Texas Strikeout: A&M Tops TCU; Forces Game 3 At Super Regionals

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FT. WORTH, TX — It’s a good ole fashioned Texas shoot out! Yeah the Aggies and Horned Frogs are duking it out at the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals, for a trip to Omaha and the College World Series.

Fans were lined up outside Lupton Stadium before first pitch to take in game 2 of the best of 3 series. The sell-out crowd forced some fans to get creative with their seating options, finding open spots outside the stadium where they could still see the field!

“Me and my dad were just coming along and we just found some really good vantage point seats,” said Aggies Fan Jacob Hovey, “So we’re just out here to support the Aggies.”

Yeah, Cowtown might be Frog Country, but these A&M fans did their best to paint the town maroon!

Their cheers were heard loud and clear, too as the Aggs stayed alive, claiming game two!

Texas A&M looked to have the game in hand before a ninth inning rally by the Frogs knotted the game a 1-1.

The Aggies would get the game winner in the 10th off of a Blake Allemand sac fly to claim the walk-off victory.

Now it all comes down to a do-or-die, winner takes all Game 3, Monday night at 7:00!

Hey, it wouldn’t be a true Lone Star shootout if it didn’t come down to the wire!

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