Texas A&M’s last home game was Saturday against Mississippi State, and the Aggies wasted no time in getting started on the $450 million reconstruction expansion. It’s already underway. In fact, it started just hours after the game.

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The Aggies are set to expand Kyle Field to 102,500 capacity, which will be complete in August 2015, making it the largest SEC football stadium. You can read more about it here.

The plan is to knock down the whole lower deck, but everything in the upper two decks will stay. The grass was removed Saturday night and purchased by fans for $20 and pallets for $400.

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Here’s a look today at what has been completed since Saturday night:

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[H/T @SEC_Logo]