Aggie fans are still celebrating Saturday's big football win over number one Alabama, and hundreds are showing off some new SEC styles.
News 3 took a look at the latest game gear now on sale including black and maroon jerseys and number 2 t-shirts.
Fan fever and Manziel mania have soared to new heights after the Aggies upset last year's national champs and there's some new ways to show your support.
Chris Pettit of College Station came back to Aggieland Outfitters after buying brand new beatdown in Bama shirts Sunday.
"We did purchase this one and we got one for my husband and one for myself and we're still trying to find the number two for my grandson in Maine," said Pettit.
1200 of these new score shirts came in Monday but marketing director Dallas Shipp says that's not enough.
"Right now we've got a wait list 'em because we've had so many people. We are trying to print them as fast as we can, but you know just bear with us and we'll get everyone a shirt that wants one this week," said Dallas Shipp.
They've also got the new number 12 black jerseys.
They are fresh out of the Adidas plant.
A common question at Aggieland Outfitters is where's the Johnny Football or Johnny for Heisman T-shirts? While you can buy the number two jersey you're not going to find anything with players' names on it, because that's against NCAA rules.
Texas A&M Former Student Jeff Rogers came up for the day from Houston for a tour and likes the new look.
"I've always been a proponent of going with a black option because I always thought black and maroon really match," said Rogers.
"It's abeen a great football season. One for the record books I'm pretty sure," said Chris Pettit.
A season we won't forget with new products to preserve fond memories.
Aggieland Outfitters hopes to fill orders and demand for the new Beatdown in Bama t-shirts this week while number 2 football jerseys are expected to be in Thursday.
C.C. Creations is also selling number 2 shirts and is getting an order of black Adidas Jerseys this week.
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