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Texas A&M might play home games in Houston

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Our great pals over in College station are considering a renovation/expansion of Kyle Field and are considering whether to make all the improvements during the same season and play home games somewhere else (like Houston), or making half of the improvements this year and the other half next year. Doing the half job thingee would allow the ags to play at Kyle Field. I figure they want to build their stadium to have one more seat in it than Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge. Jokers.

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Aggy is considering demolishing the entire field/stadium and building a new one. Like the comment about one more seat than Death Valley in BR. No matter how hard they try, ya can't beat a night game at Tiger Stadium unless it's in Austin, TX.

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Why would they want to expand the stadium? So when they start losing in the SEC they will have more seats empty to show on TV?

 

Must be penis envy involved somehow, somewhere.

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They play in Houston they sure the hell are not playing at Cougar Field. Maybe Reckling but no way at UH. I may be Cougar but Texas A&M is the worst school in the history of college athletics.

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