The growth and success of the Texas A&M football program since joining the SEC two years ago has been tremendous. Sure, having that Johnny Manziel guy around becoming the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy certainly helped, but the program as a whole has flourished nonetheless.
A big sign of that are the current renovations happening at Kyle Field, one of the more famous stadiums in college football. Soon, the Aggies will have one of the largest stadiums in the country, just further adding to the allure.
On Tuesday afternoon, this amazing panoramic picture was tweeted out showing the progress of the renovations as they stand right now.
— rcb05 (@rcb05) June 10, 2014
So far, so good.
These renovations did not come without more than monetary cost as the Aggies did not hold a spring game this season because of the work being done. Rather than just trying to relocate the annual scrimmage, they just decided to scrap it altogether.
Again, though, this is another sign of how far the program is coming, which is amazing given the fact that their move to the SEC was met with a lot of backlash from their former Big 12 mates.