Pulling an Aggie



when even in favorable circ-mstances (i.e, usually somehow with the lead), a team manages to fold and crumble under pressure.
tommy: man, texas a&m is slaughtering missouri right now. its not even halftime and i’m just about to quit watching.

paul: wait, give it a chance. they might end up pulling an aggie again.

-game ends-

tommy: d-mn…how’d you know that was going to happen?

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