The way things are progressing, Texas A&M’s incoming president foresees a packed Kyle Field without restrictions in the fall.

Considering the Texas Rangers opened the Major League Baseball season at full capacity with no mask requirements, it’s safe to assume those practices will be in place in the fall in College Station, provided the SEC permits it.

In a recent interview with The Texas Tribune, Texas A&M’s incoming president M. Katherine Banks shared that she’s hopeful life will return to normal in College Station in the fall.

That, of course, includes having a full Kyle Field when the Aggies open the season against Kent State on Saturday, Sept. 4.

“We’re hopeful we will have a full [football] stadium … we don’t have to walk around with masks, we’re hopeful we don’t have social distancing,” Banks said according to The Texas Tribune. “If we have an emergency situation, we will adjust to that. But right now, and perhaps this is the Aggie optimism, we are planning for a fully operational campus in normal mode.”

It’s important to note Banks isn’t making any proclamations regarding Kyle Field’s capacity at this time. Still, the way things are trending, we can all expect football stadiums to be rocking once the upcoming college football season arrives.