Nov. 3, 2012: For the first time in school history, the Aggie football team wore jerseys that were not primarily the school colors. A black uniform with maroon trim and silver lettering was specially designed for the game against No. 15 Mississippi State, which also has maroon and white school colors.

The Aggies won the game in Starkville, 38-13, and Johnny Manziel had 440 yards of total offense and two touchdowns.

The Bulldogs wore all-white that day in honor of the "Snow Bowl," the 2000 Independence Bowl, in which Mississippi State (and former A&M coach Jackie Sherrill) beat A&M in a snowstorm.

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