This led to extensive dialog with A&M fans on e-mail, on Twitter, in my comments section, and even on the phone. And through the course of that discourse, I developed a deep understanding of how A&M feel about their “12th Man” trademark, why they feel the way they do, and why this issue makes them so passionate.

And so, having seen this random Redskins employee standing behind the team’s cheerleaders on Saturday afternoon, holding up his “12th Man” sign, I feel pretty confident saying this:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA hee hee hee hee lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol ho hohohohohohohohoh oh man that’s funny.

Ok, A&M fans, have at it.


D.C. United, Texas A&M and the 12th Man

Texas A&M fans really like the 12th Man

FedEx Field, the Redskins and 12th Man signs