You Would Expect College Station To Make Better College GameDay Signs

GameDay is alive in College Station for the Florida-Texas A&M game, but the signs this week could use a little resuscitation. It's your first game in the SEC, Aggies, maybe you could've gig'em'd a little harder. (The exception, of course, is SB Nation blog Good Bull Hunting getting a 24-hour turnaround on the new logo, front and center.) This is big boy football now. In the meantime, let's look at a few, shall we?


You most certainly aren't. You're not that creative either.


Oh, hey. Towlie's here.


Probably my favorite sign of the day. It's quick, makes an easy but not all-too-obvious joke and is displayed prominently.


Longhorn Network jokes are always in season.


His favorite board is 'how to win friends and influence people.'


Kevin Oppan Sumlin got that gangnam style. If the Aggies beat the Gators, he better do the horseriding dance.

And your bonus pic of the day:


Poor Lassie -- err -- Reveille. I feel your pain. I wouldn't want to be that close to Corso, either.

Did we miss any great, good, okay, awful GameDay signs? What kind of a sign would Big Sean put up if he made one for GameDay? Did Reveille ever get away from the dastardly crazy man?

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