As a way to update fans of the progress to its $450 million renovation to Kyle Field, Texas A&M has installed three cameras showing a live feed of the action.

Like what TCU did with Amon Carter Stadium, the Aggies are nearly gutting Kyle Field and installing a brand new stadium on top of it. It’s as close as you can come to constructing a new stadium without actually building a new stadium. As you’ll see below, the old surface and grandstands are cleared to create what is essentially a dirt field, and then the new stadium is built.

A&M fan site GoodBullHunting has boiled down the eight months of progress on Kyle Field’s interior into a snazzy 15-second recap.

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