EA Sports College Football 25 will feature one of Texas A&M football's most memorable moments

One of the most enduring memories in the history of Texas A&M football will be honored in the new EA Sports College Football game.
Kent State v Texas A&M
Kent State v Texas A&M / Bob Levey/GettyImages

Texas A&M football: Red, White, and Blue Out will reportedly be available for Kyle Field in EA Sports College Football 25

One of the greatest moments in Kyle Field history was something that had little to do with the play on the field from Texas A&M football. Even Aggies to young to remember the tragic events that precipitated the Red, White, and Blue Out have more than likely seen the images of Kyle Field arrayed in our nation's colors to honor and memorialize the fallen Americans from the September 11th, 2001 attacks.

This powerful moment was entirely student-led, and came together with shocking rapidity. Over 70,000 shirts were printed and sold for both Texas A&M and Oklahoma State fans to wear in Kyle for that game between the Aggies and Cowboys, and what resulted was one of the most famous scenes that the Home of the 12th Man has ever hosted. Now, that moment will be commemorated in a new way.

With talk about the new EA Sports College Football 25 game permeating most corners of the college football online world, one of the big topics is how much attention to detail the developers are attempting to put into the particular personalities and traditions of each team and school. One such detail, according to a reporter who played an advance copy of the game today, is including alternate looks for certain schools' stadiums—the White Out at Penn State, for example.

These alternate stadiums reportedly include Kyle Field with the crowd dressed in red, white, and blue. This is something the Aggies have done twice, with the 2021 opener against Kent State marking 20 years since the attacks, and the Red, White, and Blue out accordingly making a return. I think this is a very cool detail for the developers to include, as this shows a lot of what makes A&M so special.