Texas Bowl suffers delay after 2 protestors ran on the field with Texas A&M signs
Friday night’s Texas Bowl between Texas A&M and Oklahoma State was briefly delayed by protestors.
Multiple people were removed by security after running onto the field at NRG Stadium in Houston. The PETA protestors held signs targeting Texas A&M for alleged testing on dogs.
Here’s a PETA protestor getting dragged off the field at the Texas Bowl… pic.twitter.com/olfWwamQ4P
— Steve Helwick (@s_helwick) December 28, 2019
So just now at the Texas bowl, a protestor ran on the field with a sign urging @TAMU to stop tests on dogs. Do y’all understand that A&M TREATS dogs with muscular dystrophy and does NOT infect them? Do some basic research. pic.twitter.com/6IVR7fhuYG
— Andrew Ewing (@andrew__ewing) December 28, 2019
Two were removed pic.twitter.com/Wg6cCs3gIK
— Joseph Brown (@Item_Brown) December 28, 2019
At the end of the first quarter, Oklahoma State leads Texas A&M 14-0. The Aggies entered the game favored by 4.5 points at many sportsbooks.
The game is airing on ESPN.