Texas A&M football fans have to watch this episode of “The Pulse”

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The Texas A&M football team has had a rollercoaster of a season. Within the last two weeks, Aggie fans have experienced what it feels like to fall completely short of expectations and wildly exceed expectations.

The former happened when Texas A&M took a brutal loss against an unranked Mississippi State team, marking their second consecutive loss. The first game against Arkansas, who originally looked like a top ten team, but has faded in recent weeks.

Leading up to the Alabama game, it’s hard to say anything other than the fact that the Texas A&M football team just didn’t look that good. Jimbo Fisher didn’t care. He took his football team, which was still extremely talented, and depantsed Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide on national television.

The Texas A&M football team’s win over Alabama is even better behind the scenes on “The Pulse”

If you’re not familiar with “The Pulse,” you should be. Everything from the ticket pull for the Alabama game to the contest itself at Kyle Field is shown up close and personal. The 23-minute video even shows the field crew marking up the turf prior to the game.

The show, uploaded to YouTube, gives some of the best quotes imaginable from players and coaches, including this gem from Leon O’Neal Jr. before the Alabama game.

"“Obviously, we have growing pains right now but we ain’t done yet. We’re still alive and breathing.”"

Perhaps the best part, however, is that fans get an inside look at the locker room and sidelines before, during, and after each game. All of these things in the Aggies’ 41-38 win over Alabama makes for must-see TV.

“The Pulse” even gives fans an up-close look at the 12th man storming the field. The video can be watched below.

Once you see one episode, it’ll be hard not to binge the entire season. From the pregame details to the locker room celebration after the game, fans couldn’t always get an inside look at what goes on in College Station.

Is it even possible to watch an on-field view of Seth Small’s game-winning field goal kick without getting chills?

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Hopefully, the wins will keep piling up, which will make for more entertaining episodes of “The Pulse.”