Razorback football schedule released; questions remain | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Razorback football schedule released; questions remain

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WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM: Which Hog games will it host in 2012?
  • WAR MEMORIAL STADIUM: Which Hog games will it host in 2012?

The University of Arkansas released most of its 2012 Razorback football schedule today. The Hogs are still looking for a non-conference opponent for Sept. 22.

The Hogs will play seven and perhaps eight home games.

Details remain to be worked out, such as where the Texas A&M game will be played. The Aggies had been a non-conference opponent, but they're in the SEC now and the annual game in Cowboy Stadium will be no more.

The other huge question is what games will be played in Little Rock. War Memorial Stadium is to get two games under contract with UA. One must be an SEC game. LSU has been a traditional season-ender, but that status has a degree of uncertainty because the Hogs have more seats in Fayetteville. War Memorial officials hope to find out this week which games will be played in Little Rock.

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