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Two female Texas A&M fans, possibly after some drinks, stumble into a live TV report (VIDEO)

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If you've ever seen a television reporter doing a live shot outside of a stadium, it's not like most of them have the area roped off. There's no security. They're basically taking for granted that nobody is going to want to jump right in during their report and take it over.

That's how two women who root for Texas A&M (and we believe they are fans of Johnny Football, but you'll have to watch the video and tell us for sure) stumbled right into a live report before the Cotton Bowl and started an unexpected interview.

This is fantastic.

The most cynical among us might think these two had been drinking some before the game. But then, how could we get a comment as inspired as "We've always been great in the SEC!" That's absolutely true. Texas A&M has been in the SEC one year, and the Aggies were great this season. It holds up.

This video was great. We wonder if the two stars of the show remembered they were even on live television before they saw it on YouTube.

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