The Aggies are on their way to getting a bigger home for their 12th Man. Kyle Field was approved for expansion by the Texas A&M Board of Regents on Wednesday.
After an 11-2 inaugural SEC season under new coach Kevin Sumlin and a Heisman-trophy winning quarterback, Texas A&M is ready to join the big leagues of college football venues.
Early Wednesday afternoon, Texas A&M University issued a “code maroon” upon receiving a bomb threat.
Riding a wave of success, unprecedented ticket sales and a move to the Southeastern Conference, Texas A&M is planning to almost completely renovate Kyle Field, perhaps landing the Aggies at Reliant Stadium as early as the 2013 season.
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