Texas A&M’s Kyle Field will become the largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference after university regents approved a $450 million redevelopment plan.
Plans for expansion at Kyle Field are on the cusp of being finalized at Texas A&M. Early reports are estimating the upgrade to increase capacity to over 102,000 people.
Some fan areas at Texas A&M’s Kyle Field have become the offseason home to thousands of roaming Mexican free-tailed bats.
A former Texas A&M University employee has been arrested as a suspect in a bomb threat made against the campus alumni center.
Texas A&M University is investigating a bomb threat at Kyle Field that prompted the school to issue a “code maroon” safety advisory and close the stadium and nearby buildings.
Say hello to the LSU defense, Johnny Manziel. Jeremy Hill rushed for a career-high 127 yards and a touchdown, and the sixth-ranked Tigers controlled Texas A&M’s dual-threat quarterback to rally from an early deficit and beat the 20th-ranked Aggies 24-19 at Kyle Field on Saturday.
Texas A&M decided, at some point in the offseason, to make some additions to its “Wall of Champions,” which suddenly boasts a pair of national championships (from 1919 and 1927) that the school had never claimed before, as well as two new conference championships from 1997 and 2010.
Texas A&M has hired a sports facility design firm to explore options for the future of Kyle Field, including renovation plans and plans for a new stadium.
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