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Texas A&M Broke The NCAA Student Attendance Record During Its Game Against Lamar

It appears that Aggies quarterback Kenny Hill isn't the only record-breaker on campus at Texas A&M these days. Tuesday, the school announced that this past Saturday, the program set a new NCAA attendance record for students attending a home college football game. The Aggies drew over 104,000 fans for the opening of their expanded stadium - 38,800 of them were students. And the opponent was Lamar...

">@NCAA attendance record at #LAMvsTAMUpic.twitter.com/PRpG7ZYEpQ

— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball)

The #12thMan sets @NCAA attendance record at #LAMvsTAMUpic.twitter.com/PRpG7ZYEpQ

— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) September 9, 2014

">September 9, 2014

The record could be short-lived. Texas A&M gets LSU at home this November - it wouldn't shock anyone if the school posted a new set of records for that contest.