Every Aggie across America has fond memories of the magnificent Kyle Field, home of the Texas Aggie football team. Built in 1927, Kyle Field was named for Edwin Jackson Kyle, who served as Texas A&M's dean of agriculture and athletic council president. The stadium was expanded in 1976 to include two decks of grandstands and again in 1980 to boast three decks. But it was the addition of the Bernard C. Richardson Zone in 1999 that made Kyle Field the largest football stadium in Texas with a capacity of 82,600.
The loyal Aggie fans have done their part to rightly establish Kyle Field as one of the nation's most intimidating road venues. Their famous maroon out and signature yells are enough to show even the most talented opponents just who is the boss in Aggieland!
Texas Aggie Artist Benjamin Knox '90 created this beautiful addition to the collectible Christmas in Aggieland ornament series. He is a graduate of the College of Architecture. To see more of Benjamin's art and learn more about the artist and his work, visit www.benjaminknox.com.