PHOTO: Construction worker flies Alabama flag at Kyle Field
A construction worker working on the renovations at Texas A&M's Kyle Field was able to fly an Alabama flag from the stadium.
Texas A&M's Kyle Field continues to undergo renovations, and thanks to one person working on the job, there were some unplanned modifications made to the stadium.
Someone on the Kyle Field job site wants to get fired. pic.twitter.com/zbjGnR884r— Doug Keegan (@doug_keegan) July 14, 2014
Personally I am a fan of this ultimately harmless prank, but it appears not everybody is of the same opinion.
Outkick the Coverage reports that the construction worker who hung the flag at the stadium has been fired, which seems a bit unneccessary. It's not like he actually defaced the stadium, he hung a flag as a gag, and it was easily removed.
Then again, college football and common sense seldom cross paths, so I probably shouldn't expect it to now.
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