After several reports, including a Tweet from sportswriter Harry King, it looks like War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock will get one Razorbacks football game per year through 2018, according to Arkansas Business.
Right now, the Hogs play two games a year in the capital city.
Here are some of the details from today's press conference:
The University of Arkansas and the War Memorial Stadium Commission have approved an amendment to modify their agreement to extend Razorback football games at War Memorial Stadium through 2018 while helping accommodate the changing landscape of football scheduling. The previous agreement between the University of Arkansas and the War Memorial Stadium Commission was set to expire at the conclusion of the 2016 season.
As part of the amendment, the University of Arkansas will play one game at War Memorial Stadium in the 2014-2018 seasons. The five games will include two Southeastern Conference games and three non-conference games. The first in the five-game series will be on Oct. 18, 2014, when the Arkansas plays Georgia in an SEC game at War Memorial Stadium. The SEC has not yet determined a football scheduling formula for the 2016 season and beyond.
The Razorbacks have played at War Memorial Stadium since it opened in 1948.