A plan to make Texas A&M's Kyle Field one of the country's largest college football stadiums is close to being finalized, according to local TV station KBTX.
The A&M Board of Regents is set to meet Wednesday and has a final vote on the expansion project.
The goal is to expand the seating capacity of 102,000, an increase of nearly 20,000 seats from the current official number of 82,589. Earlier reported estimates for the project come in at as much as $450 million.
Such capacity would make Kyle Field the fifth in the country to top 102,000 seats, joining Michigan Stadium, Beaver Stadium (Penn State), Neyland Stadium (University of Tennessee) and Ohio Stadium.