Texas A&M has an illustrious bowl game tradition. No, I’m not talking about wins and losses, we’re talking, over-the-top, sponor-centric bowl game uniforms. This grand tradition dates all the way back to 2013. Don’t believe me? You’re right to because these aren’t real. But the time I spent making them is real so in a Morpheus from the Matrix sense, they are real. So enjoy these uniforms that A&M is totally wearing in the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl against the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Come and take it (as long as “it” is not another running back). The famous star and canon emblem is splashed across a glossy maroon helmet with a white facemask (a combo that is a glorious piece of Texas history in and of itself).
A subtle approach was taken here, with a sublimated Texas flag pattern across the entire jersey and a state outline patch at the collar. More obvious elements are a nod to our beloved sponsor of this event, Academy Sports + Outdoors, with their logo incorporated into the A&M wordmark and an Aggie-centric take on their company slogan written within the letters.
I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but Texas has a stereotypically western culture. Consider that skid leaned into with blue jean denim pants and a Texas Bowl belt buckle.
They’re boots. Get it?
And there you have it, the 100% totally not at all fake uniforms A&M will wear in the Texas Bowl. If you liked these, take a look at some of the also definitely real uniforms from previous bowl games.