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Aggie fans in the Brazos Valley are hitting the road to watch the Cotton Bowl at the Cowboys Stadium.
Some fans are excited to be headed to Arlington.
The Texas A&M Football team has been on a roll all season.
And fans say they want to keep that ball rolling
"It's just mystical, something just takes over your heart and your soul and you feel you just take off the ground," said Jimbo Ewing.
Jimbo Ewing has been to the Cotton Bowl before.
"That place tomorrow in Dallas,Texas in the Cotton Bowl, it'll be rocking, it'll be happening," said Ewing.
He's anxiously waiting for his flight to Dallas at the Easterwood Airport.
"So my brother Fin and I are gonna be on the sideline when they come out. Were gonna give them a high five when they come out of there and get excited about it," said Ewing.
Whether it be by car or plane, A&M fans are heading out to the Cotton bowl.
"We follow them and my wife's originally from Illinois. And I dragged her to one game and she fell in love with the place," said Robert Marshall.
Robert Marshall will be driving up to Dallas Friday afternoon. He says he can't wait.
"Excitement and hype, a lot of yelling and screaming and saying go Johnny Football and Go Gig Em' Aggies!" said Marshall.
His car is marooned out and full of Aggie pride.
"Just our offensive line and we have this little guy that won the Heisman right there behind them, we can do just anything," said Marshall.
"You can't find a town on this planet that can match the enthusiasm the character and the pride this school has," said Ewing.
These fans are willing to go the distance to support Texas A&M, but this time, the trip isn't all that long.