Texas A&M auctioning Kyle Field signs
JAN 31, 2014 5:08p ET
Kyle Field is a a special place for every Texas A&M fan.
The Aggies' football stadium is undergoing a major facelift this offseason, and that means the old pieces must go.
After the final home game in November, Texas A&M sold the grass for $400 a pallet. Those die-hard Aggies have a chance to take home more memories of Kyle Field.
Various stadium signs are up for auction until Feb. 5. But it's not championship plaques or "Home of the 12th Man" signs.
A "Snack & Beverage" sign is going for more than $700, a "First Aid Station" sign for $250, and the "Kyle Field Rules" for a grand.
Not many would dish out that kind of cash for those items. It's clear that Aggies are truly some of the most passionate and dedicated fans in college football.
The $450 million renovation of Kyle Field will expand seating capacity to 102,500, making it the largest in the SEC. It is scheduled to be complete for the 2015 season.
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