Texas A&M vs. Sam Houston State weather delay update
Update: The SEC Network said they would attempt to restart the second half around 3:20 p.m. ET; however, it’s currently in the middle of a thunderstorm in College Station.
Texas A&M and Sam Houston State are currently in a weather delay to kickoff the second half.
The Aggies lead the Bearkats 17-0, thanks to 2 Haynes King touchdown passes.
As a league rule, the game is now delayed a minimum of 30 minutes. KBTX News Chief Meteorologist showed the radar image of the lightning that led to the delay.
— Shel Winkley (@KBTXShel) September 3, 2022
The Aggies announced the official delay just before the second half kicked off.
Due to lightning in the area, the game is currently in a weather delay.
Fans are asked to seek shelter at this time. We will pass along any further updates when we receive them. pic.twitter.com/XE5mpD10bF
— Texas A&M Football (@AggieFootball) September 3, 2022
The area surrounding Kyle Field in College Station looks sunny and clear; however, the lightning just outside the area caused the official delay.
We will update the start of the second half when it’s posted.