Mascots reburied at Texas A&M
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS- The renovations to Texas A&M's Kyle Field are finished and the remains of seven of the school's canine mascots were reburied outside the stadium.
Informal ceremonies were held Friday for the reburial of Reveille I through VI. The remains had been temporarily moved to nearby Cain Park while the $485-million upgrade to Kyle Field was underway.
Reveille VII was also given a burial coordinated by her guardians. She died in may of 2013.
Kyle Filed was upgraded to 102,500 seats and the Aggies host Ball State on September 12 for their home opener.
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