How a 22-Year-Old UTSA Student Faked His Way Into Texas A&M's Post-Alabama Locker Room

How a 22-Year-Old UTSA Student Faked His Way Into Texas A&M's Post-Alabama Locker Room

How a 22-Year-Old UTSA Student Faked His Way Into Texas A&M's Post-Alabama Locker Room What if Seth Small didn’t have the wildest evening at Kyle Field during Texas A&M’s upset victory over Alabama? Sure, Small hit the game-winning kick that sent the 12th Man into rapture, but the person Small took a picture with in the locker room had an even more improbable night. Alex Sunderland isn’t an Aggie. He’s a student at UTSA. He’s 22 years old, and had never been to an A&M game before he found a VIP pass on the ground outside of the stadium. What happened next is the stuff of social media legend: “I didn’t buy tickets to the game at all,” Sunderland says. “I had no plans to go to the game. This …
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