Typical Aggie right here Aggies fan makes big impression on opponents Web Posted: 01/21/2005 12:00 AM CST Brent Zwerneman Express-News Staff Writer COLLEGE STATION Oklahoma forward Kevin Bookout lined up for a free throw on Tuesday night at Texas A&M and grimaced. The Jiggler had claimed yet another victim in Reed Arena. (William Luther / Express-News) Texas A&M basketball fan Nathaniel Cooper. That dude was huge, said Bookout of shirtless A&M fan Nathaniel Cooper, who tips the scales at a gravity-challenged 310 pounds. He started shaking and I went, Ugh! He was just going nuts. Cooper, who at least offers the formality of a bow tie with his eye-catching ensemble, typically lines up behind the opponents basket and quivers, shivers and gyrates during free throws effectively shaking his moneymakers. His efforts have earned him such nicknames as The Jiggler, Jiggly Puff, Fat Shaker and the Fightin Texas Aggie Belly Dancer. People tell me all of the time they love what Im doing, Cooper said. Well, most, anyway. Cooper said one A&M fan kindly asked that he please, please re-robe. He was an Old Ag who graduated in like 1945, Cooper said. One Internet poster wittily dubbed Coopers act as one big wardrobe malfunction. The A&M basketball team, however, has presented Cooper, a senior sociology major from Copperas Cove, a pair of Aggies shorts and shoes for his, um, services. A&M officials said they briefly discussed asking Cooper to keep his shirt on, but then reasoned that fans show up with painted bare chests and such all of the time at a variety of sporting events. Some people are ashamed of their bodies, Cooper said. But I figure that God gave me this body and this personality, so Id go out and have fun with it. And that attitude has even earned the admiration of Bookout, a standout player for the Sooners. Thats courageous, for him to take his shirt off like that, Bookout said. Im a big boy, too, and I wouldnt have the courage to do that in front of all of those people.