Thursday, August 21, 2014

Razorback football promises fan enhancements

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click to enlarge EXPERIENCE ENHANCEMENT: New stuff promised at Razorback games. - UA
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The University of Arkansas Athletic Department has announced a variety of ways to "enhance the stadium experience" for Razorback football fans. There's an official release, which once was on the revamped Hog website and which I can't currently find on the chaotic jock portal. UPDATE: The athletic department provided this link, along with news that they are still working on a way to have a ready archive of print releases. yes, that would be nice.

But here also is with a detailed account of the enhancements — from the band program to concessions to outside contractors with help for fans. Doc Harper adds commentary, too. Some good, some not.

I leave to you the most obvious thing to enhance the Razorback experience.

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