Tagged: donald w. reynolds razorback stadium

Education Construction Dots the State, Dominating Commercial Projects List

by George Waldon 12/11/2017 12:00 am

The tally of largest commercial projects in Arkansas reached $2 billion for the fourth consecutive year, powered in large part by education.

Analysis: War Memorial Only Slightly More Popular With South Arkansas Fans

by Gwen Moritz 11/15/2017 10:27 am

Fans from northwest Arkansas make up a bigger portion of ticket sales for Razorbacks football games held in Little Rock than fans from the southeast and southwest areas of the state combined, according to a presentation prepared by the University of Arkansas.

Razorback Foundation in Hands of Veteran Fan Scott Varady

by Marty Cook 8/1/2016 12:00 am

Scott Varady was happy as a lawyer for the University of Arkansas until a chance conversation with Sean Rochelle got him thinking.

On Priorities (Editorial)

by Arkansas Business Editors 6/27/2016 12:00 am

The fact that a majority of the trustees of the University of Arkansas System voted to use the university’s credit to do a breathtaking $160 million upgrade of Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville is neither surprising nor disturbing.

Update: John Tyson, 4 Others Urge UA Board to Slow Down Stadium Expansion

by Lance Turner 6/15/2016 9:30 am

Tyson Foods Inc. Chairman John Tyson is among five former University of Arkansas System board members questioning a $160 million proposal to expand Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

Arkansas Colleges Live With Legacy of 1942 Vote

by Gwen Moritz 2/29/2016 12:00 am

Placed on the statewide ballot by petition and adopted on Nov. 3, 1942, Amendment 33 insulated institutes of higher education and “all charitable, penal or correctional institutions” from the whims and provincialism of politicians.

Wine, Beer Sales Total $235K at Razorback Stadium

by Jan Cottingham 2/9/2015 12:00 am

Wine and beer sales at Razorback Stadium during this football season netted the Athletics Department at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville $26,126, according to figures provided by the department.

Donald W. Reynolds Foundation Winding Down, Will Close in 2017

by Mark Friedman 6/16/2014 12:00 am

After committing more than $1.8 billion to nonprofits since 1994, including hundreds of millions of dollars to organizations in Arkansas, the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation of Las Vegas is set to shut down at the end of 2017.

Tulsa's Bid for 2024 Summer Olympics Includes Fayetteville In the Mix

by Arkansas Business Staff 7/8/2013 12:00 am

Tulsa has joined London, Tokyo, Barcelona and Athens in bidding on the 2024 Olympic Summer Games. Yes, it seems like a long shot. But Tulsa’s efforts are worth keeping an eye on over here in the Natural State.

Live Game Blog: Arkansas vs. Jacksonville State, Sept. 1

by Jim Harris 9/1/2012 5:52 pm

Welcome back, Hog fans and other followers. Be a part of the blog and feel free to comment in the accompanying comment section, or send me an email at jharris@abpg.com (I periodically will check the mail during the game). The game is significant not only as the Razorbacks' season opener, but it also marks the return to Fayetteville of former head football coach Jack Crowe, who lost his job following a stunning 10-3 upset at the hands of The Citadel on Sept. 5, 1992, nearly 20 years ago. Crowe left coaching for a while, only to return 13 years ago to lead Jacksonville State, where he's had the Gamecocks contending regularly for Ohio Valley Conference championships (they've won three under Crowe's guidance).

Jim Harris: Arkansas Razorbacks Shouldn't Have To Be Selling Any Seats This Late

by Jim Harris 8/8/2012 2:56 pm

The good news for Arkansas Razorback fans is that they've bought every seat available for the Alabama and LSU games in Fayetteville this upcoming football season. Arkansas fans recognize college football powerhouses and will turn out en masse to see their Hogs play them. And that's about it. Out of eight games being played in state, the Hogs are batting .250 right now in sellouts. For Fayetteviille and the 72,000-seat Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, it's a better-sounding .333 average — Baseball Hall of Fame material, but pretty lackluster in Southeastern Conference football attendance figures.

Discover Arkansas: Find Yourself at Home in The Natural State

by Living in Arkansas Staff 7/23/2012 12:00 am

There is a place for everyone in Arkansas, a 176-year-old state with a history and culture as colorful and diverse as its physical landscape. The deep woods of the Ozark Mountains, the wide-open farmlands of the Delta, the slow pace of small-town life or the conveniences and attractions of the big city — Arkansas has it all, including an endless supply of great food, good music, festivals, fishing, hunting, hiking and other recreational activities.

Hogs Called The Fans In Record Numbers In 2011-12

by UA Sports Information 7/11/2012 3:08 pm

Arkansas is the only program in NCAA Division I-A athletics to rank in the top 25 in home attendance in three major sports during the recent competitive year. More than a million came to watch baseball, football and men's basketball.

Jim Harris: Razorbacks Respond In Big Way To Record Crowd For Spring Game

by Jim Harris 4/21/2012 6:15 pm

Arkansas sophomore cornerback Tevin Mitchel, who wasn’t on campus for last year’s Razorback spring game, wasn’t sure how many fans to expect for Saturday’s Red-White clash, but he was hopeful for 20,000, he said late Saturday afternoon. UA senior quarterback Tyler Wilson said he almost felt choked up when he took the field and saw a record spring crowd in the Reynolds Razorback Stadium stands. In maybe the most tumultuous time in Hog football history — with Bobby Petrino suddenly no longer guiding the program and who-knows-who taking over — a crowd of 45,250 fans watched Wilson, Mitchel and the first-team Razorbacks put on a dominating offensive and defensive performance, annihilating the backups 65-0.

Jim Harris: Razorbacks Jarius Wright, Joe Adams Paid Early Price, Now Exit on Big Roll

by Jim Harris 11/9/2011 2:30 pm

On Saturday, Arkansas Razorback fans will honor seniors such as record-setters Jarius Wright and Joe Adams for accomplishments that nobody likely saw coming during the fall of 2008. But, it was those early beatdowns suffered as freshmen, and never losing their moxie that season, that propelled Wright, Adams and the Razorbacks to a spectacular run over the past two seasons.

Facilities Master Plan To Include Basketball Facility, North End Zone Completion

by Chris Bahn 10/18/2011 11:30 am

Arkansas unveiled a long-term vision for athletic facilities on Tuesday. The projects — expected to impact all sports — could take up to 30 years to complete at an initial estimate of $320 million. Major projects include the addition of club seating in the north end zone of Razorback Stadium, a basketball practice facility and upgrades to all existing athletic facilities.

Jim Harris: Defensive Seniors Step Up Big For Razorbacks In Shutting Down Dyer, Tigers

by Jim Harris 10/9/2011 9:33 am

After an inauspicious start, Arkansas' defense got a handle on what Auburn was doing, stopped Michael Dyer over the last three quarters, grabbed three turnovers, and keyed a 38-14 romp over the Tigers Saturday night. Seniors Jerry Franklin, Tramain Thomas and Jake Bequette, finally back after four weeks on the shelf with an injury, led the way.

Single Game Tickets Remain For Razorbacks' SEC Games

by UA Media Relations 9/8/2011 8:46 am

A limited number of single game football tickets for all of Arkansas’ remaining home football games, including the entire Southeastern Conference home schedule, will be made available for sale beginning on Monday, September 12.

Live Game Blog: Arkansas vs. Missouri State at Fayetteville, Sept. 3

by Jim Harris 9/3/2011 6:21 pm

We're blogging live throughout the Arkanas-Missouri State game from Fayetteville. Come in and join us for all the happenings from Reynolds Razorback Stadium as the Hogs open the 2011 season, the fourth under head coach Bobby Petrino.

Bahn: The Wright Way – Razorback Receiver Displays Leadership Potential

by Chris Bahn 4/16/2011 8:50 pm

Jarius Wright hauled in a pass, broke a tackle and headed for the end zone. He was credited with a 57-yard reception and at least 50 of it came after the catch when the safety couldn’t get him wrapped up and to the ground. In a spring that has included repeated pleas from coaches for leadership, this was as good an example as any of a player delivering. Wright heard Coach Bobby Petrino in his pregame speech challenge what might be the nation’s best receiving corps for more yards after the catch.