Arkansas reportedly pulls out of planned satellite camp at AT&T Stadium
When questioned during the latest SEC teleconference about where he would potentially take his team following the lift on bans for satellite camps, Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema threw out the possibility of going out of the country for a camp.
Now it appears the Razorbacks won’t even travel to Arlington, Texas.
Arkansas had planned to camp June 9 inside AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, with A&M-Commerce officially hosting the camp. The school dropped out and was replaced with Abilene Christian but apparently those plans have come to a halt as well:
Abilene Christian last week replaced A&M-Commerce as host, but now ACU tells me Arkansas has pulled out. So no camp. https://t.co/R9OctxDPKn
— Brad Townsend (@townbrad) May 24, 2016
The stadium seemed like a natural fit to host the SEC West school as Cowboys’ owner Jones is of course an alum of Arkansas and played on the offensive line for the 1964 national championship team. While the Razorbacks won’t camp at AT&T Stadium this summer, they will return to the stadium Sept. 24 to play Texas A&M in their annual SEC West neutral site matchup.