It seems like a relatively slow news day on the college football front, so why not take a quick look at the progress being mad eon the renovations of Texas A&M’s football stadium, Kyle Field.
As you may know by now, Texas A&M had to shut down the annual spring game this season due to the renovations taking place on the football stadium. A new, extra large scoreboard is just a part of the $450 million plans that will expand the seating capacity to over 100,000 fans and add some nice luxuries for fans and donors. The renovations began promptly at the conclusion of Texas A&M’s football season. There have been various videos and photos from the renovations that should be completed prior to the 2015 season (the stadium will be usable during the 2014 season), and now one YouTube member has shared their perspective form the outside of the stadium. In the video you can see the progress being made on the brick facade of the east side of the stadium, the first major phase of the renovation project.