The story behind
Kyle Field Brick
From Midnight Yell to the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band and the deafening roar of the 12th Man, Kyle Field has been at the heart of our most beloved Aggie traditions since 1904. Kyle Field has seen tears of sorrow when the Aggies ran out of time and tears of joy after beatin’ the hell outta t.u. Aggies have stood for many reasons - to proudly support our team during each game; solemnly honor our country during the Red, White and Blue Out; and mournfully remember those lost in the 1999 Bonfire collapse. Kyle Field has stood as a symbol of the 12th Man and its greatest traditions for over a century - and will continue to do so for centuries more.
This era marks a special time for Texas A&M. What better way to make a mark on college football than building the largest stadium in the SEC holding 102,733 fans? We don't know what other memories this new stadium will hold, but one thing is for sure: whoever comes to our House, we'll giv'em hell! Enjoy your piece of Kyle Field History.