"Arkansas will play LSU in Fayetteville this season. The game moves to the Razorbacks' campus for the first time since 1992. Here's more from UA AD Jeff Long, who cites additional seating and the elmination of a "competitive disadvantage" as reasons to move the game: "Playing the LSU game at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium directly benefits our program in a number of ways including most importantly providing an additional 20,000 Razorback fans an opportunity to cheer on our team and in this great rivalry game. By re-arranging the rotation and playing the regular season finale in Fayetteville, it will also prevent our team from a competitive disadvantage of traveling three straight weekends in the most crucial part of the season. Playing on campus will also allow our football program the recruiting advantage of hosting prospects for a game that has traditionally carried conference and national implications." "