Texas A&M auctioning Kyle Field signs

Texas A&M auctioning Kyle Field signs

Published Jan. 31, 2014 5:08 p.m. 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.

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.