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Texas A&M shows off renovated Kyle Field
It was a big weekend for Texas A&M University as it unveiled its newly renovated football stadium.
On Friday outside Kyle Stadium, the school uncovered the relocated statue of the late John David Crow, Texas A&M's first Heisman Trophy winner.
"John David wasn't just a great football player, he was a great human being. He was real humble," said Chancellor John Sharp.
Leaders also revealed a new monument meant to call special attention to the core values of the university and its students.
On Thursday, cameras got a look inside of the last phase of the school's $485 million renovation.
"We wanted a stadium to reflect excellence that goes on at Texas A&M academics and every place else in here," said Sharp.
It's complete with suites and a Hall of Champions.
The stadium now holds 102,733 fans, making it the largest football stadium in Texas and the SEC.
"There isn't anything like it in this nation," said Sharp.
Fans will get to see the newly renovated stadium when the Aggies take on the Cardinals from Ball State at 6 p.m. Saturday.