Texas A&M Debuts A 12-Pound Hot Dog That’s Way Too Much Meat To Squeeze Between Two Buns

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsWith the Texas A&M Aggies playing their first football game of the 2015 season at a neutral spot in Dallas last week, this weekend is the first time that the 12th Man will get to see their squad at home in Kyle Field.

In addition to their Aggies on the field, though, fans are getting a peek at some of the upgrades the school made to the facilities and concessions at the stadium, as media were invited yesterday to check it out firsthand. What they discovered was some serious grub—including a 12-pound hot dog to honor the aforementioned 12th Man.


Aptly named the “Aggie Dog,” this 12-pound weeny is a ridiculous amount of meat for one, two, or even 12 people to try and scarf down, no doubt sending them right to the pooper if they even attempt it solo.

Created by Executive Chef for Aggie Hospitality at the school, David Picou, the Aggie Dog rivals some of the other crazy concoctions that stadiums have been dishing out for fans to chow on over the past few years—but this one might just be the toughest to tackle.