Aggie Football Players Write ‘Nice Things’ to Each Other Aggie Football Players Write ‘Nice Things’ to Each Other
After Wednesday’s frustrating loss to K-State, Aggie football players decided to move past their dissatisfaction and end the season on a more “uplifting” note.... Aggie Football Players Write ‘Nice Things’ to Each Other

After Wednesday’s frustrating loss to K-State, Aggie football players decided to move past their dissatisfaction and end the season on a more “uplifting” note.  During Thursday morning’s team meeting, players reminisced on the highs and lows of this past season and shared thoughtful notes with each other: “Nice Things.”  Nice Things is a tradition many Fish Camps, FLOs, and other organizations use to look back at the year, and The Mugdown was able to retrieve several highlights of the Nice Things shared among the current players:

 

Josh Reynolds

“Thank you for not picking track over football.” -Quarterback

“Well that’ll be the last time a K-State player ever teabags you again.” -Defensive Tackle

“Teach me how to do a one-handed catch.  I can’t even catch with two hands.” -Wide Receiver

Myles Garrett

“Have fun at the Browns.” -Running Back

“You look damn good in a cowboy hat.” -Safety

“Can I have your headband collection when you’re gone?” -Kicker

Trevor Knight

“I’m going to miss dropping your passes.” -Wide Receiver

“Can I have your biceps when you’re gone?” -Kicker

Keith Ford

“I was a Chevy guy until I met you.” -Offensive Lineman

Daeshon Hall

“Please join me at the Browns.” -Defensive End

Christian Kirk

“I don’t watch Star Trek, but you’ll always be ‘Captain Kirk’ in my eyes.” -Full Back

Connor McQueen

“How do you get your hair to be that perfect?” -Quarterback

“Why do the fans chant your name instead of mine anytime I take the field?” -Quarterback

“Don’t leave me here alone.  I love you.” -Quarterback

—Good Bullogna

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Good Bullogna

Her ascent to the highest social class began in first grade, when she consistently brought the coolest lunch—Lunchables—to school each day, toting them in her Vera Bradley lunchbox. Never mind the fact that she only had Lunchables because her parents were too busy working high-stress careers to make her anything else, and she only had a Vera Bradley lunchbox because her parents bought her name-brand items to distract from their lack of engagement in her everyday life; Good Bullonga turned out just fine, if you ignore her crippling abandonment issues.

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