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Arkansas closes spring game to public due to weather forecasts

With numerous forecasts for Saturday calling for severe weather, including the threat of tornadoes and flooding, Arkansas’ Red-White game will be closed to the public.

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With numerous forecasts for Saturday calling for severe weather, including the threat of tornadoes and flooding, the Arkansas football program’s annual Red-White Spring Game scheduled for noon inside Donald W. Reynolds Stadium will be closed to the public.

Razorback Athletics, working in conjunction with the SEC Network, has arranged for the game to still be broadcast live on the SEC Network and via the WatchESPN platform starting at noon.

Chris Cotter, former All-SEC quarterback Clint Stoerner and Kris Budden will provide complete coverage of the game that will include in-game interviews with coach Bielema, current student-athletes and former Razorbacks.

In addition, Arkansas has cancelled HogFest presented by Pepsi, which was scheduled from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Lot 60 outside of Bud Walton Arena.

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