Razorback Stadium

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Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
... Reynolds Razorback Stadium is an American football stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas and serves as the home field of the University of Arkansas ... The stadium was formerly known as Razorback Stadium since 1941 before being renamed in 2001 in honor of Donald W ... The playing field in the stadium is named the Frank Broyles Field, honoring former Arkansas head football coach and athletic director Frank Broyles ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1980–1989 - 1983 - Schedule
... Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance September 10, 1983 Tulsa* Razorback Stadium • Little Rock, AR W 17–14 45,202 September 17, 1983 New Mexico* War ... Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, TX W 38–21 28,310 October 15, 1983 #2 Texas War Memorial Stadium • Little Rock, AR L 3–31 54,882 October 22, 1983 Houston Razorback Stadium ...
Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium - Controversy
... See also War Memorial Stadium (Arkansas) Since 1948, home games were divided between two venues Razorback Stadium and War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas ... Athletic director Frank Broyles wanted to move all home games to Razorback Stadium to help pay off the $30 million bond that was to be used for expanding and renovating the stadium in 1999 ... Broyles pointed out that the expanded Razorback Stadium would increase revenue to $3 million per game compared to the $2 million per game for playing at War ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football - Facilities - Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
... Reynolds Razorback Stadium (formerly Razorback Stadium) is the on-campus and primary home stadium for the Razorbacks located in Fayetteville, Arkansas ... The Razorbacks began playing football at Razorback Stadium in 1938 where they beat Oklahoma A M 27–7 ... The stadium was dedicated to Donald W ...

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