FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas Razorbacks’ 2020 football vision doesn’t include War Memorial Stadium and Little Rock for the first time since before the stadium opened in 1948.

The every other year of the University of Arkansas’ SEC home and home contract with the Missouri Tigers putting Arkansas in Little Rock only for next spring’s Red-White intrasquad game reflects in the Razorbacks hosting all their seven home games on campus at Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville in the 2020 schedule the UA released Wednesday.

In 2020 the Razorbacks open Sept. 5 in Fayetteville with a nonconference game against Kent State and on Oct. 3 host Charleston Southern in a nonconference leading into SEC home games Oct. 10 against Alabama and Oct.17 against LSU and Oct. 31 against Tennessee after an Oct. 24 open date weekend.

Arkansas plays two home games in November, Nov. 14 against SEC West rival Ole Miss and Nov. 21 nonconference against Louisiana-Monroe.

The Razorbacks play a major nonconference road game Sept. 12 at Notre Dame and on Sept. 26 their annual neutral site SEC game against the Texas A&M Aggies at the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Arkansas’ SEC true road games for 2020 are Sept. 19 at Mississippi State in Starkville, Nov. 7 at Auburn in Auburn, Ala. and Nov. 28 at Missouri in Columbia.

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