Noticeable changes will be evident when football fans come to War Memorial Stadium (WMS) for the November 29th “Battle Line Rivalry” between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Mizzou Tigers. This event is returning to Little Rock on the Friday following Thanksgiving and has a 1:30 p.m. kickoff time. Tailgating will open on the War Memorial grounds starting at 6 a.m.
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The University of Arkansas and the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism have signed an agreement to continue Razorback football games at War Memorial Stadium through 2024. The agreement includes three regular-season SEC games and three spring football games, pending SEC approval, at War Memorial Stadium during the tenure of the agreement.
The Razorbacks are headed to Central Arkansas April 6-7, 2018, for a weekend of festivities surrounding the 2018 Red-White Spring Football Game. Arkansas head football coach Chad Morris and the Razorback football team will take part in a fan interactive event at Dickey-Stephens Park, in North Little Rock, on Friday night before taking the field on Saturday for its spring game at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
University of Arkansas Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek announced Thursday that the Razorbacks will play the 2018 Red-White Spring Football Game at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock on April 7.