Published September 25, 2012 - 4:10pm
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Texas A&M released today they are planning on spending up to $450 million on renovating Kyle Field.
TheEagle.com has all the details of the decision and release of information:
Chancellor John Sharp told those numbers to a select group of local government officials at an impromptu meeting Monday afternoon, according to multiple officials in attendance. The group of community leaders discussed tentative plans for renovating Kyle Field. Renovation costs ranged from $425 to $450 million and seating ranged from 93,000 to 103,500, according to officials. The construction would be spread over three years, the officials said.
The tentative football stadium renovation would seat up to 103,500 people and construction would be spread over three years, officials said.
— The Eagle (@theeagle) September 25, 2012
Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium (Texas Longhorns) only seats 100,119. Try and keep up, Texas.