Razorbacks to play in-state against UAPB
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(STATS) - Arkansas will end a longstanding policy of not playing in-state opponents with 2021 and '24 matchups against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
The schools announced the games on Wednesday for Oct. 23, 2021 and Aug. 31, 2024 in Fayetteville. They've never met previously.
Arkansas last played an in-state opponent in 1944, beating Arkansas-Monticello (then-Arkansas A&M) 41-0.
UAPB is a Southwestern Athletic Conference member on the FCS level. The Razorbacks play on the FBS level in the Southeastern Conference.
Updated May 1, 2019