Mexican free-tailed bats kicked out of Texas A&M University’s Kyle Field have found a new home across the street.
A judge has refused to block the $458 million seating expansion for Texas A&M’s Kyle Field as some ticketholders fear that they could lose their favorite spots this fall.
Some of its loyal fans have filed a lawsuit against Texas A & M.
Officials with Texas A&M are optimistic that efforts to rid Kyle Field of 250,000 Mexican free-tail bats will be successful, and fans will see far less of the animals next season.
The west side of Texas A&M’s Kyle Field will be imploded on Sunday morning to make way for $450 million worth of improvements at the college football stadium.
Each time Texas A&M scores a touchdown at their next home game against Ole Miss, fans can expect to hear the sound of a cannon firing.
A smartphone app has been created to help with game day traffic at Kyle Field where upgrades will increase seating to more than 106,000.
This isn’t your average run-of-the-mill locker room – no, sir. We’re in an age of bigger and better and Texas A&M went all out to make sure their football players are completely comfortable – you know, by offering all the creature comforts of home.
Now, as an A&M guy I thought this was a terrible suggestion straight away – but I wanted to check in with my fellow Aggies to see if they agreed.
A Texas A&M regent wants Kyle Field to one day be renamed “Kyle Field: The House That Johnny Built” after their former Heisman Trophy winner.
UCLA and Texas A&M have agreed to a home-and-home series, with the Bruins making their first trip to Kyle Field in 2016 and the Aggies visiting the Rose Bowl in 2017.
Texas A&M says Kyle Field will have the largest video screen in college football for the 2014 season.