COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- In 2014, Texas A&M University fans, better known as the 12th Man, will have an all-access pass to football head coach Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies from the comfort of their living room.
‘The Pulse: Texas A&M Football’ presented by AT&T, will air regionally and in Bryan-College Station on Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the season, and bring fans up close to the Aggie Football program. Check local listings to find the viewing opportunity in your area.
12th Man Productions will go inside the Bright Complex, the practice fields, the game and the film room so the faithful can experience Texas A&M football, not just see it.
With the help of Coach Kevin Sumlin and his entire coaching staff and players, Aggies everywhere can spend the season with the football team. From the hard work put in to prepare, to the postgame emotions in the locker room, every up and down is felt on ‘The Pulse.’
After debuting on August 27th, ‘The Pulse’ will run throughout the campaign each Wednesday night on Fox Sports Southwest, and on KBTX in Bryan-College Station. The CW Aggieland will air ‘The Pulse’ on Thursday in the Brazos Valley. The Fox Sports Southwest airing is available nationally through satellite on DirecTV or Dish Network.
In addition, selected segments will reach fans through social media leading up to Saturday kickoffs.
From 12th Man Productions’ award winning crew, and directly from the program itself, ‘The Pulse: Texas A&M Football’ presented by AT&T is your front row seat to the Aggies in 2014.
Wednesdays at 4 pm central on Fox Southwest
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm on KBTX-TV (Bryan/College Station)
Thursdays at 6:30 pm on CW 8 (Bryan/College Station)
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