Texas A&M Fan Wrangles Up Rogue Possum At Kyle Field

TAMU possum

Unfortunately, the Texas A&M Aggies couldn’t snag a win against Ole Miss this past Saturday, losing 31-28 and falling to 3-5 on the season.

However, for one Aggie fan, he was able to snag a possum that had been wreaking havoc on a number of fans at Kyle Field in College Station.

Video footage has gone viral of A&M fan Greg Bludau handling a rogue possum, that was trying to hide behind a seat before the Aggies squared off against the Rebels.

The footage was caught by Maurice Vilchez, and he shared the wild story with KBTX:

“As we were walking down towards our seats in Legacy Club, we overheard someone telling an employee there was a possum at his seat.”

Instead of waiting forever for animal control to come and try to corral it, Bludau took matters into his own hands, as you can see him reaching behind the seat, and digging the possum out by its tail.

He then proceeded to walk the possum out of the stadium and released it across the nearby road.

This was pretty much second nature for Bludau, as he’s well-known in Texas for his successful hunts.

And according to the outlet, he was even dubbed “Mr. Public,” and possibly “the most successful public lands hunter ever.”

Although the Aggies couldn’t bring home the W, at least Bludau walked away from the game that night with one helluva story to tell.

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock