COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- The rancor between Texas A&M and Baylor is heating up again.

Texas A&M said Friday that Baylor had sold only 830 tickets from its allotment of 3,850 for the Oct. 15 football game at Kyle Field, which is less than 100 miles from the Bears’ campus in Waco.

The figures were released by Texas A&M, whose departure from the Big 12 is on hold after Baylor and others refused to waive their right to sue over such a move.

The Aggies said of the seven visitors to Kyle Field this season, only Idaho sold less (264) than Baylor. The figures don’t include bands and other complimentary seats, such as players’ families.