Arkansas has unveiled details for an estimated $300 million athletic facilities plan, one that includes the enclosing of the north end zone at Razorback Stadium. And apparently...

"The plan released Tuesday could take up to 30 years and affect each of the university's 19 athletic programs."

In addition to the end zone enclosure, the plan also includes a basketball practice facility near Bud Walton Arena, an academic and dining center, and renovations at the baseball team's Baum Stadium and the indoor and outdoor track facilities.

Athletic director Jeff Long also included plans for a 5,000-seat competition venue for sports such as gymnastics and volleyball as well as concerts. Those sports currently use Barnhill Arena, which Long said might have outlived its usefulness."
AD Long said...

"This really is a vision," "It's what could happen over the next 5, 10, 15, 30 years into the future. There are many things that are unknown, but this is a plan to help move our program forward."

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