A&M Regents to Remain Involved in Kyle Field ProjectFeatured Stories, News Friday, November 2nd, 2012
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will continue to have an active role in the future of Kyle Field.
At this week’s meeting the Regents didn’t bring up and A&M President Bowen Loftin didn’t say what becomes of home football games once construction starts.
But Loftin says a committee that includes Regent Jim Wilson of Sugar Land still has work to do, as does other stakeholders.
$5 million dollars of architectural and engineering work was authorized by the Regents, who aren’t scheduled to meet again until January 31st.
A&M Athletics Director Eric Hyman says Kyle Field “has the potential to be the largest and most significant construction project in the history of college football”.
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