Games in Little Rock helps meet attendance mininum

Updated: January 30, 2004, 7:32 PM ET
Associated Press

LITTLE ROCK -- Arkansas and Louisiana-Monroe will play five football games over the next 10 years at Little Rock, but in an arrangement to keep Louisiana-Monroe in Division I-A, the Indians will be considered the home team.

Both schools touted the agreement as a benefit, with Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles saying the in-state game would help "meet our obligations financially." Arkansas will collect all walk-up ticket sales at the games and control a majority of the season-ticket ...

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