COLLEGE STATION, TX -- The 12th Man turned out to honor its Aggie football team on the steps of the MSC today and KBTX Media broadcast Texas A&M's "Celebrating the 12th Man" live on News 3 HD, as well as on the CW-8 and streamed it live at KBTX.com.
The Aggies newest Associated Press All Americans were on hand. Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel was a first team selection along with Outland Trophy winner Luke Joeckel, Jake Matthews was a 3rd team selection on the offensive line, while Damontre Moore a 2nd team honoree from his defensive end position.
The four-some said their success on the field was due to the 12th Man's unwavering support all season.
"I just want to say thank-you for all the support you gave us this year so far," said Moore.
"We look forward to seeing ya in Dallas and help us beat the hell out of Oklahoma," added Matthews.
"What an honor it has been for us to play at Kyle Field for you guys every Saturday," continued Joeckel.
Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel stepped up to the mic and assured those in attendance that he was planning on sticking around for a while. "While these guys have one more year, I've got three more years," stated Manziel.
Texas A&M posted its first ten win season since 1998 this year with a 10 and 2 campaign in its first season in the SEC. They'll try to extend it to 11 and 2 on January 4th when they take on former Big 12 rival Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl in Arlington.