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Published October 11, 2013
PIECE OF THE ACTION: ESPN.com’s Khan noted Texas A&M “will sell pallets of the natural grass playing surface” at Kyle Field. The grass will be “removed at the conclusion of this season as part of the Kyle Field redevelopment project.” The pallets “will go for $400 apiece, while a limited number of single grass squares will be available for $20 each” (ESPN.com, 10/10).