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Razorbacks plan a return to real grass in 2019

Posted By on Sun, May 27, 2018 at 7:41 AM


I don't know why the news of a return to real grass at Razorback stadium after 2018 season seemed like such good news to me. Old fogey, I guess.

(The way things are going, Razorbacks may get grass before Arkansans seeking medical comfort from "grass" will.)

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