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Texas A&M is pouring $450 million into improvements for Kyle Field that will make its home field the biggest in the SEC. But Sam Torn, one of the chairs of the redevelopment committee for the stadium, revealed in an interview with TexAgs.com on Wednesday the Aggies true goal...
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"Our goal is, when an opposing team walks out on this field it is going to be so loud, it is going to be so intense, that literally someone is going to wet their pants."


Looks like Kyle Field will soon be home to some water sports, too.
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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12 Comments
A an M had a great first year but if they cant keep it up there is a rooms for a lot crickets in that stadium!
Reply45 months
Way to go WhiskerBiscuitSlayer, you failed at linking...twice.
Reply45 months
Check out Kylefield.com for a video about the $450 million expansion/renovation of Kyle Field to be the premier venue in all of college football.

Kyle Field will also be the largest football stadium in the SEC with seating capacity of 102.500.
Reply45 months
Sam Torn - great dude, owns an incomparable summer camp in Arkansas, but is way off here.
Reply45 months
[link]LINK ]
Reply45 months
mule74: they already did [link]LINK ]
Reply45 months
Keep going to "yell practice." Maybe one day you'll get it right. Geaux Tigers!
Reply45 months
Are they going to get rid of the bats? Smells like a zoo in that place.
Reply45 months
Kyle Field: The Toilet Bowl
Reply45 months
BREAKING NEWS!!!!
Reply45 months
being inside of a drum > wetting your pants

Reply45 months
The field that johnny built
Reply45 months
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