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9/28/06-Tyler

Dedicated Aggie Fans Take Spin In "The Aggie Mobile"

You could call it a rolling shrine.

"We basically designed it from the ground up," Danny Adams explained. "It" is called The Aggie Mobile, the creation of Aggie graduate Danny and his wife Sandy.

"Come from a long line of Aggies," Danny said. "We haven't missed a game in College Station since 1973."

That is 33 years of not missing an Aggie home game. They've done so in style with their state of the art mobile home.

From the clocks on the wall, the cutting board, even the curtains at the windows all maroon and white, all A&M.

"My oldest brother was the class of '68 then my other brother was the class of '71," Danny said. "There's just something very unique about people that go to A&M."

Danny was a member of Texas A&M's Corp of Cadets. One son has graduated from his alma mater, another currently a student there. Since most of the time was spent in Aggieland, they figured why not make their stay a little nicer.

"We picked out the paint job and designed all the materials," Danny said.

"It's like building a new home where you have to go pick out all the fabrics and make sure it matches everything," Sandy Adams said.

Even the master bedroom from top to bottom is all maroon.

"I have friends that have told me we are crazy because we go to every football game," Sandy said.  "I bleed maroon as much as anybody."

The Aggie Mobile is also a tailgaters dream. Danny said every game about 40 to 50 tailgaters gather around his flat screen TV.

"There will be times when we walk out and look around and say I don't know most of these people, " Danny said.

The Adams say it is unlikely anyone in their family will not become an Aggie. There's just one thing Sandy wanted to add.

"Gig 'Em!"

 The Aggie Mobile will head to College Station this weekend where the Ags will take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders. That game can be seen on KLTV 7, Saturday at 2:30 p.m..

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