Alabama’s unique series history with Texas A&M

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The series history between Alabama and Texas A&M is well documented. Most notably, the two schools share a pair of coaching legends in Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant and Gene Stallings. Stallings played for Byrant at Texas A&M and was a part of the famed Junction Boys.

In fact, one of the most famous contests between the Tide and the Aggies was all the way back in the 1968 Cotton Bowl when Texas A&M, led by Stallings, defeated Bryant and Alabama 20-16.

Overall, Alabama holds an 11-2 series advantage over the Aggies and an 8-1 lead over A&M since the Aggies joined the SEC in 2012.

Alabama currently owns an eight-game winning streak over Texas A&M.

The familia-like history between the two programs makes for a unique rivalry that is filled with respect.

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