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  • Two plays later, Leonard found Kevin Jones wide open in the end zone with 4: 39 left in the game, silencing the maroon-clad crowd of 78,691, the second-largest for an A&M home opener.

  • It helped his pride if not his stomach to see that the momentary smell had produced the same effect on Mudge and the maroon-clad stranger.

    A Corridor in the Asylum

  • A sea of maroon-clad fans that made up most of the record crowd of 66,166 at the Alamodome roared its approval in hopes of ending a distraction-filled season a high note.

  • Barely adults, these guys were playing for themselves, playing for their school, playing for all those maroon-clad fans. - College Football - East Carolina vs. Virginia Tech

  • The game, technically an Army home game, had a patriotic feel, with uniformed cadets from both schools sprinkled among the mostly maroon-clad capacity crowd. - College Football - Army vs. Texas A&M

  • The maroon-clad crowd of 86,172 - the fifth largest in Kyle Field history - desperately tried to rally the Aggies, but Meyer silenced them again and sent the first wave of fans to the exits with a 63-yard TD pass to Blythe down the sideline. - Scores

  • Look for the Lady Bears 'maroon-clad fans to show up in droves looking for tickets to the sold-out event. - Former champs, local flavor spice up Final Four

  • An ocean of Aggies fans packed the 65,000-seat Alamodome, but the loud maroon-clad crowd couldn't keep the Aggies afloat.

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  • The maroon-clad lancers wheeled away from the gorge by the stream, leaving a score or so of riders in blue.

    Darksong Rising

  • Sometime before midmorning, a maroon-clad messenger under a pale blue parley flag rode slowly eastward along the road toward the Defalkan lines.

    Darksong Rising


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