Hunter Yurachek discusses future site preference for Arkansas-Texas A&M series
Hunter Yurachek has the Texas A&M series on his mind as the athletics director at Arkansas will watch his Razorbacks take on the Aggies at a neutral site in Arlington, Texas this week.
During a recent visit on Sirius XM, Yuracheck discussed how there’s 2 more games on the schedule, and looked ahead at the possibility of a home and home in 2025. Yuracheck admitted that Arkansas fans are upset about the 2023 schedule not having a home game until mid-October, and that’s partly because of the neutral site setup with the Aggies.
“We’ve got a gorgeous stadium here in Fayetteville, they’ve got a gorgeous stadium there in College Station, and it’s probably where this game should be played moving forward,” he said.
Arkansas AD @HunterYurachek addressed the possibility of home-and-homes in the Arkansas/Texas A&M series starting in 2025.@RazorbackFB | @ChrisDoering | @AlyssaLang | @ArkRazorbacks | #WPS pic.twitter.com/T0F40HzS6b
— College Sports on SiriusXM (@SXMCollege) September 23, 2022
Arkansas leads the all-time series 42-33-3, and while the Razorbacks won last year, the Aggies have won 9 of the last 10 games.