Hannah Lang '18 September 15, 2020 1:15 PM updated: September 17, 2020 5:23 PM
As the Texas A&M community continues to work together to slow the spread of the coronavirus, gameday in Aggieland will take on a new look.
While The Association of Former Students has traditionally hosted home game activities at the All-Aggie Tailgate, plans will look different this semester. The Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center will be closed to the public for the first home game, and determinations will be made on operations for subsequent game days as the season progresses.
Texas A&M Athletics announced its fall 2020 football gameday guidelines on Thursday, Sept. 17, ahead of the football opener against Vanderbilt on Sept. 26. Read the full announcement here.
For the first game, rules regarding tailgating include:
These guidelines will be revisited after Game 1.
Other changes to the gameday experience include:
These guidelines are subject to change.
Regarding away game activities, The Association of Former Students has canceled All-Aggie Tailgates at away games for the 2020 season. You can sign up to receive emails about future away game tailgates and Midnight Yell Practice at tx.ag/AwayGameEmails.
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