The source told HawgSports.com that if Arkansas withdraws from the contract for the 2021 Arkansas-Texas A&M game originally scheduled to be held at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington in 2021, the existing contract will be increased by two years. The transaction will extend the validity period to 2026. Hunter Yurachek and Texas A&M Sports Director Ross Bjork went to social media to report on the location of the 2021
The game was originally scheduled to be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington in 2024, but with the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 game will be transferred to the home stadium of A&M in Blaine College State in Kyle Field. As a result, it left a question as to whether the 2021 matchup will be held in Fayetteville at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium to calm the situation, but in a pandemic, the simple answer is that this will not always be fair to everyone.
“Due to the ongoing pandemic and the SEC-only schedule, all parties have agreed to move SW Classic games with A&M to campus in 2020. The current plan is that according to the contract, the 2021 SWC games will remain in Arlington. We will Actively researching the future situation may change these plans.”
People originally hoped to make some kind of joint statement on this issue, but after being asked about the game, Bjork was the first to mention it. Arkansas seems to have chosen to keep the game in Arlington and comply with the current terms of the transaction, although Juraček said the plan may change. Aggie AD Added that TAMU’s plan is to permanently move the game back to College Station every even number of years after the contract expires in 2024. Arkansas did not comment on the situation beyond 2024, but if A&M is not there, it will not make much sense to make the Razorbacks give up their home games every year. (related: How will pigs deal with A&M? )
Bjork said on Facebook: “I have been back to campus for a year now. Next year will be back to AT&T Stadium, and then from that perspective, so I think if you are willing to give up that home game in Fayetteville, that is to The Arkansas game is returned to AT&T Stadium.” City Hall. “[Yurachek] Understand the dynamics, so we started before preparing everything. “
Arkansas and Texas A&M continued their previous Southwestern League competition in 2009. Arkansas won three consecutive games, while the Akis withdrew from Big 12 in 2012 and joined the SEC’s Razorbacks. Texas A&M has won all meetings since then. That season and next season, these games were held in College City and Fayetteville, and then returned to Arlington in 2014. In that game, two team members of the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Texas A&M, won each of the last six games, and won five of the six games. Determined by 7 points or less.
The Razorback and Aggies are scheduled to show up at Kyle Field at 6:30 this Saturday night. The game will be televised through the SEC network.