Aggie Bonfire tradition continues even though A&M/UT game doesn't
While the annual Thanksgiving Day game between Texas A&M and UT is no longer that doesn't mean the Aggies let their long-standing bonfire tradition go by the way-side.
For the first time in two years the bonfire will actually burn on time this year since there are no burn bans in effect in Robertson County.
And while the bonfire typically goes up in flames the night before the Thanksgiving Day game, it'll burn Friday night before midnight yell practice and before the Aggies' last home game against Missouri Saturday.
Parking and admission to the bonfire will be free from noon to 4:00 and $10 per car from 4-6:00. It'll cost you $20 per car from 6-11:00.
The bonfire will go up in flames around 8:00.