We're less than a day a way from the NCAA Elite Eight match-up in Dallas with the Texas A&M women's basketball team taking on rival Baylor.
Tickets are still available and there is even a travel option that includes a free bus ride for some Aggies.
While It may have been quiet at the Texas A&M Box Office, tickets for the Texas A&M women's basketballs game are going fast with less than 200 left directly from the university.
Spearo Nakos was one of the Aggie faithful who decided to take a last minute trip to big D.
"I think they have a really good shot...I looked at the score of yesterday's game and I thought we finally are gonna beat Baylor tomorrow," said Spiro Nakos, a College Station Resident.
With tickets at $31 each, it was an offer he couldn't pass up.
"Yeah it's cheap," he said.
In fact more than 1,300 tickets from Aggie Athletics and the 12th Man Foundation have already been sold.
"The tickets can still be bought through tomorrow morning. Tomorrow morning probably around 10 o'clock they'll have to shut off ticket sales and any other tickets will go to the American Airlines Center," said Alan Cannon, Texas A&M Sports Information Director.
Cannon said two buses have already sold out to transport fans to the American Airlines Center and now students have a chance to ride up there for free if they purchase a game ticket.
"We did secure another bus that will leave at 3 P.M. tomorrow from Post Oak Mall and go directly up to American Airlines Center and then turn around after the Aggies win and come back so that way you can come back and make classes," said Cannon.
After Sunday night's victory against Georgia, Spiro Nakos thinks the Aggie Women will be able to do something they haven't been able to do all season; beat Baylor.
"It kind of made me excited I kind of thought hey, this time I think things are gonna be different," said Spiro Nakos.
A difference he and the Aggie Nation are counting on.
Tickets are available through the 12th Man Foundation, Aggieathletics.com and the American Airlines Center in Dallas.
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