Texas A&M's move to the SEC has caused a big demand for tickets. So the Aggies have hired the sports facility design firm Populous to explore options for the future of Kyle Field, including renovation plans and plans for a new stadium.

"Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin says the school's July move to the Southeastern Conference has created "an unprecedented demand for football season tickets" and the school wants to expand the stadium to meet that need."
The Aggies expect any major construction to begin after the 2013 football season, but school officials say minor construction will be done to the stadium before this season. Currently it holds 83,002-seats.
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tigersbh147 months
They have good fans but if they think it was hard playing in the Big 12, just wait until they get to the SEC.
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Chicken147 months
There was talk about the Aggies playing in Houston for a year or two so that a new stadium could be built on the current location of Kyle Field.
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Pankins147 months
Even more disappointed Aggies in one place? Recipe for trouble. Or maybe they'll deal with their issues and have throw a pride parade.
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Phil Wenneck147 months
No, demand will still be there.
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CapitalCityTiger147 months
After a couple mediocre seasons the A&M fans will forget all about those high demand tickets
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