Morris Carter - Texas A&M class of 1972 - is an Aggie football superfan. After a recent social media discussion led to lunch, a friendship was formed with another Aggie fan who held different political views. This unlikely bond sparked Morris's interest in the intersection of TexAgs politics and Aggie football fandom.
When the thread "Tua-Language Barrier" appeared on the Alabama message board BamaOnLine last September, its poster, a user by the name of Aggie89, sparked a heated debate among Texas A&M and Alabama fans regarding the importance of language skills for a successful quarterback. This discussion quickly escalated into a political discourse, revealing the deep-rooted political divisions among college football fans.
TexAgs.com, known as the ultimate online destination for Aggie fans, serves as the virtual headquarters for Texas A&M football enthusiasts. It is a place where passionate fans come together to discuss everything related to Aggie football, including politics. The website has become a platform where fans express their political beliefs, which often diverge and clash.