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Texas A&M finalizes 2015 non-conference schedule

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M announced the final non-conference football matchups for 2015 which includes three home games in the newly redeveloped Kyle Field.

The Aggies were originally scheduled to play the Ball State Cardinals on Sept. 19 at Kyle Field and that game has been moved up a week to Sept. 12. The Nevada Wolf Pack will now face the Aggies at Kyle Field on Sept. 19, 2015. The Western Carolina Catamounts will come to Kyle Field on Nov. 14, 2015.

Upon completion of the 2014 football campaign, the west side of Kyle Field will undergo redevelopment and the stadium is expected to be complete for the start of the 2015 season.

Texas A&M will open the 2015 season on Sept. 5 in Houston in the Advocare Texas Kickoff against Pac-12 foe Arizona State. The game will be played in NRG Stadium, formerly known as Reliant Stadium.

Texas A&M will host permanent cross-over opponent South Carolina and the Aggies will travel to Nashville to face Vanderbilt from the Eastern Division of the SEC. From the Western Division, the Aggies will host Alabama, Auburn and Mississippi State, travel to LSU and Ole Miss and face Arkansas at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

2015 TEXAS A&M FOOTBALL NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Sept. 5                  vs. Arizona State (NRG Stadium, Houston)

Sept. 12                vs. Ball State (Kyle Field)

Sept. 19                vs. Nevada (Kyle Field)

Nov. 14                 vs. Western Carolina (Kyle Field)

2015 CONFERENCE OPPONENTS (Dates not yet announced)

Home Games

vs. South Carolina

vs. Alabama

vs. Auburn

vs. Mississippi State

Road Games

at LSU

at Ole Miss

at Vanderbilt

Neutral Site

vs. Arkansas (AT&T Stadium, Arlington)

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