ESPN Tour Bus Stakes Claim in Aggieland for Saturday's Game

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Four days and counting before this Saturday's nationally televised game between number one Alabama and number 6 Texas A&M at Kyle Field. Media outlets from across the country will be on campus to cover the game and there are already a few signs of the frenzy to come.

Nicole: "Although we still have four more days left until kick-off the hype and excitement has already arrived in what football fans are calling the most anticipated game this season."

"It's intense; it's a real big rivalry right now. This is the most anticipated game. I know they're coming for us so we've got to come hot and ready,” said Breanna Dozier.

Not only is the Texas A&M football team pumped up -- fans will be too.

"I'm a pretty big fan; I just love the atmosphere I know it's going to be crazy, it's going to be so much fun and I just can't wait," said Dozier.

The ESPN Tour Bus has arrived and will call Aggieland home for the next few days.

"It's only Tuesday and they're already here, so I feel like everyone is just excited for this game to come.">

And everyone of course will have their eye on the notorious number 2.

"It's insane. Everyone is coming to watch him play. He's a good, good guy and a good football player; I know he's going to step it up and I can't wait to see him this weekend," Dozier said.

In fact CBS is dedicating a special camera called the Johnny Cam that will watch his every move. Football fans like Breanna Dozier say the Aggie Spirit and tradition will fill the eyes and ears of football fans on both sides inside Kyle Field Saturday.

"I don't think there is any other football stadium that's as loud as we are and so it's very hard for anyone to watch the game with our student section which makes it one of the toughest field's to play in,” said Dozier.

Several A&M football players were on the bus Tuesday morning for media interviews.