The Corps of Cadets will Conduct March-Ins for Every Home Football Game
The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets has released its march-in schedule for the 2023 football season. As in years past, the Corps will conduct a march-in prior to kickoff for every home football game.
The iconic Corps of Cadets go far toward shaping the Aggie game day experience. To honor tradition and the university’s roots as a military institution, the presence of the 2,200 members can be felt as they make their way through campus. Notable groups that will participate in the march-ins include the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, Parsons Mounted Cavalry and the university’s mascot, Reveille X.
March-in routes will vary by game to ensure every Aggie fan, spectator and guest has the opportunity to see the Corps of Cadets. The following is the schedule:
- New Mexico vs Texas A&M, Sept. 2: Campus march
- University of Louisiana Monroe vs Texas A&M Sept. 16: Campus march
- Auburn vs Texas A&M, Sept. 23: Aggie Park march
- Alabama vs Texas A&M, Oct. 7: Campus march
- South Carolina vs Texas A&M, Oct. 28: Kyle Field march-in
- Mississippi State vs Texas A&M, Nov. 11: Veterans Review, Simpson Drill Field
- Abilene Christian University vs Texas A&M, Nov. 18: West campus march
To maximize the game day experience for all Aggies and visitors, the 2023 season marks the last season the Corps of Cadets will conduct a march-in to Kyle Field. The South Carolina game on Oct. 28 is the only game during the 2023 season in which the Corps will march into the stadium. During this game, the Corps will be joined by hundreds of former cadets who will march as part of the Corps of Cadets Association’s Rally to the Guidons event.
Last season, the Corps marched into Kyle Field for three of the six home games.
The march-in schedule for upcoming seasons will be determined in conjunction with Athletics and Texas A&M once football dates are set. Timelines and march-in routes for each game will be posted when details are finalized at tx.ag/CorpsEvents.
This article appeared on Texas A&M Today.