An alert was sent out to Texas A&M students today notifying them of a bomb threat against the university’s iconic football stadium, Kyle Field. The stadium and several other buildings were evacuated. The initial text alert is below:
Kyle Field is currently being searched due to a bomb threat issued against the facility. Kyle Field, Reed Building, G. Rollie White, Neetum Steed, and the Bright Athletics complex have been evacuated and the buildings will be closed for the remainder of the day.
The threat was initially discovered written on the wall of a non-athletic facility, according to Texas A&M officials. Presumably it wasn’t scrawled on the side of a bathroom stall, where death threats are often commonplace amongst the forum of vascular phallic drawings and varying degrees of racist commentary.
Texas A&M is currently in “Code Maroon,” which is apparently a high state of alert for the campus, and not to be confused with Planned Parenthood’s codename for the horrific next morning aftermath of when Adam Levine comes to town, gets hammered, and has his way with literally whatever he wants.
While there is no official word on Johnny Manziel’s safety it would be safe to assume that the Heisman winning quarterback is in no danger, as he really doesn’t even attend school at Texas A&M anymore.
In all seriousness, be safe Aggies.